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Weeping Rock Trail, Zion National Park

3.5
#6 of 19 in Trails in Zion National Park
Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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Nestled in the famous Zion National Park, Weeping Rock Trail offers a chance to experience the rugged nature that characterizes the area. You can drive to the trailhead and park in the on-site lot at the bottom for easy access. Traverse the 0.8 km (0.5 mi) round-trip pathway and make your way up to the nearby cliff faces and waterfalls that cascade down them. Look for the water that constantly "weeps" from the crevices, nourishing the surrounding plants and keeping the area extremely moist. Along your way you can take advantage of the sweeping views of the nearby canyon, mountains, and jagged cliffs. Although the trail is relatively short, it can be strenuous and rough, so wear proper hiking shoes. Ask Inspirock to suggest an itinerary and make planning a trip to Zion National Park fast, fun, and easy.
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  • The ONLY reason this gets 1 star is because no one mentions that if you dont take a shuttle, its an hour and a half (incline) just to get up to the lodge (and then back down, because again shuttle... 
    The ONLY reason this gets 1 star is because no one mentions that if you dont take a shuttle, its an hour and a half (incline) just to get up to the lodge (and then back down, because again shuttle...  more »
  • it's a short trail, you can finish it within half hour, it's paved but steep, so i am afraid that wheelchair may not be accessible. actually it's just a cliff curved inward, with some mosses or... 
    it's a short trail, you can finish it within half hour, it's paved but steep, so i am afraid that wheelchair may not be accessible. actually it's just a cliff curved inward, with some mosses or...  more »
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  • This trail is forever closed. There was a landslide 2 years ago and more will fall eventually. Always marked as available and a bus stop, but it will not reopen in the foreseeable future.
  • Shorter trail with ok views and a wet finish.

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