"East Rim Trail to Observation Point" Zion National Park Things to Do Tip by karenincalifornia

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  The Destination - Observation Point
by karenincalifornia
 
 

For the most stunning views of Zion National Park, take the East Rim Trail to Observation Point. The trail is 8 miles long, strenuous, about 4 hours, with an elevation 2148 feet. It has steep drop offs, but no technical climbing is involved.

Grab breakfast at Zion Lodge and start the hike early in the morning for best results.

Address: Zion National Park
Directions: Trailhead is at Weeping Rock Parking Lot in the canyon valley, about 1 mile north of Zion Lodge
Website: http://www.zion.national-park.com/hike.htm#trail

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  • Updated Dec 9, 2003
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