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West Rim Trail Traverse - Lava Point to Zion Canyon
(Zion National Park)
On these four pages, you'll find an in-depth spread of pictures and a cool interactive satellite-photo track-map covering our most scenic traverse of the West Rim Trail in Zion National Park. If you liked what you saw of the West Rim trail in the main narrative, then spend a few minutes looking at all of the extra images contained here. Extra images of our West Rim trail hike that were not in the main narrative are indicated by a color around the image

Please note: this page isn't part of the main trip report. If you are interested in the full narrative of our hike of the West Rim trail, then you should go to page 10 in the main story narrative. Once you've finished with the narrative, you may then wish to come back to this section to look at all of the extra pictures (and the maps) of the hike that I couldn't fit into the main narrative.
Wild and Scenic Road
Chilly morning start
Lingering snow
Lava Point Road
High Meadows
Ewart hikes south
Lava Point Trailhead
Start of West Rim Trl
Beautiful crisp morning
Easy, nice path
Jenn and Lava Point
Fields of Manzanita
Long-dead tree
Chatting and Hiking
Horse Pasture Plateau
Narrowing Plateau
First Big View
Left Fork North Creek
Left Fork and South Guardian Angel
Towards the high country
courtesy ETempest
Towards the high country
Towards the high country
Down to the Hollow
courtesy ETempest
courtesy ETempest
Descent into Potato Hollow
Potato Hollow
Snack in the Hollow
Ready to move on
South through the Hollow
Burnt fingers
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