Repost from @walker.travel, who recommends hiking the Snow Canyon Petroglyphs Trail.
Check out more pics from his experience and his full review of weaving through a towering slot canyon in the desert on ATLIST (launching soon!) #myATLIST#snowcanyonstatepark#utah
It's snowing here in Toronto and I'm still thinking of the recent trip to Bryce Canyon. A wonderland of hoodoos and expansive canyons.
. ✨Did you know? the shape of hoodoos are formed due to numerous weathering processes that work together in eroding the rocks. In Bryce Canyon, frost wedging as well as rain erosion contribute to its unique shapes. Rocks here contain an abundant amount of calcium carbonate that dissolves when it comes in contact with even slightly acidic water. So when it rains, the erosion creates these beautiful shapes. .
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At first, I was bummed for the rain pouring down in Zion when I visited, but I soon realized how lucky I actually was. Not everyone gets a chance to see the waterfalls gushing at weeping rock. The conditions I was so upset about turned out being one of the best things about the hike.
This Hike was AWESOME! And you can see it has an amazing view at the top and I really enjoyed the hike. The last part you have to hold onto a chain for stability and take turns going up and down but it was so fun. You have to be careful on the hike. There have been deaths so only go if you have good stability. The hike is very steep so take your time!
This is a view from the top of Angels Landing in Zion National park looking straight down a the Big Bend and the Virgin River. You can even see the road that the tram takes to get around the park. How high up would you guess this is?