Autumn In Zion

Autumn is finally here! The time of year that so many look forward to for the bright colors and spectacular views, especially in Zion National Park. This is the perfect time of year to capture the most stunning photos, enjoy mild hiking weather, and avoid all those crazy tourist crowds.

Most already know Zion for its stunning colors and dramatic scenery, but that is only boosted once fall hits. Add hues of yellow-golds, reds and oranges to the already captivating scenes ...

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Early Zion National Park

fredrick-paintingIn 1906 at the St. Louis world fair A man named Frederick Dellenbaugh had paintings on display of Zion Canyon.

The visitors while examining his paintings thought that they were conjured up images of Fredericks imagination. They couldn’t simply believe that a place like this really existed.

It was a Mormon missionary who is in route heading home back to Utah who ...

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