Zion National Park

Zion National Park is a lot like Arches and Canyonlands but much more diverse in ecology. Besides having cacti and various succulents that are found in the other parks, Zion’s wetter environment allows for more deciduous trees, ferns and mosses and verrigated plants. We hiked up into steep ridges and walked along the bottom of the hidden canyon to discover waterfalls and emerald pools. The kind of dynamic and colorful landscapes that you’d find in Frank Frazetta’s paintings.

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