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Today we woke up to a little more shower, it didn’t last long but made for an amazing photo capture opportunity. After breakfast Saydie and I plan to head out on another hike. This time we have chosen the Canyon Overlook Trail.
Due to COVID-19 some aspects of Zion National Park are still closed, and then several trails are closed due to recent rock falls that the Park Service Ranger just haven’t had time to repair.
The Canyon Overlook Trail was built by Civilian Conservation Corps labor in 1933 from the east portal of the Zion-Mt. Carmel Tunnel to and overlook at the Great Arch. The design was overseen by local park officials for consistency with other trail improvements in Zion.