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Weeping Rock

Zion National Park, Utah

Weeping Rock, a beautiful alcove of hanging gardens and dripping water, remains one of the most popular hiking trails in Utah’s Zion National Park—the trail is 0.4-mile roundtrip with a moderately steep climb.

From the Weeping Rock Trailhead, climb the steep trail to the lush alcove where young and old alike enjoy playing in the shower-like waterfalls that seep from the rock alcove—the moist environment is a haven for wildflowers such as columbine, shooting stars, and monkeyflowers.






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