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Weeping Rock is a short, but somewhat steep, half mile walk that climbs 98 feet, and will take you about 30 minutes. The paved trail ends at an alcove with dripping springs, where you will stand behind the falling water and look through its rain like curtain. This trail may be icy in the winter, so be aware that there can be possible closures in cold weather.

Directions: Weeping Rock is on the right side of the the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive as you drive toward the end of the road.

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  • Updated Apr 14, 2007
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