The Narrows are world famous and for good reason. Sandstone walls tower up to 1,300 feet above, while the river below narrows to less than 30 feet. Hiking from Chamberlain’s Ranch to the entrance to Zion Valley, we complete the full 17 miles Top-Down.
Zion is one of our country’s finest National Parks. Beauty is omnipresent within the park boundaries. Whether it’s the glow of the towering sandstone cliffs in the late evening light, or the lush green of the vast valley in between, or the symphony of the rushing Virgin river.
Canyons & Deserts, Hiking & Backpacking, National Parks, Road Trips
Wilderness Ethics Trip #2: The Southwest
It was the summer after sophomore year of college and I was going on another college road trip. After dinner at Buffalo Wild Wings with the whole group, I knew it was going to be another great Wilderness Ethics Trip!!! This time, we were heading to the American Southwest by car, or rather, UD vans!!!… Read more »