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Waterfall in Zion CanyonMay 28, 2009
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Another from the archive (don’t worry, new pics are on the way). This was from a road trip back in the fall 2006. The original plan was to go kayaking down the Colorado River just downstream from the Hoover Dam. A massive storm came in that weekend and completely washed out the road that we were going to be picked up on, leaving the entire weekend up in the air. We were already in Boulder City, Nevada, just outside of Las Vegas, so I opted to make a road trip out of it. Only one other friend was willing to come along and so he and my girlfriend at the time wound up hitting Bryce Canyon National Park, the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park and of course Zion National Park before heading back home to Phoenix, Arizona. As mentioned, stormy weather was soaking the whole area that weekend and so by the time we got to Zion, it started to clear up. Nevertheless the cliffs of Zion Canyon were soaked, leaving waterfalls pouring at nearly every crevice.