Temple Of Sinawava
The beginning of Zion canyon is usually delineated as the Temple of Sinawava, a vertical-walled natural amphitheater nearly 3,000 ft. (910 m) deep. The canyon actually begins much further upstream, however, and runs southward about 16 miles (26 km) through the Narrows to reach the Temple (the final shuttle stop deep in the heart of Zion Canyon), where a seasonal tributary of the North Fork plunges over a tall waterfall during spring runoff and after heavy rain. To get an idea of the grandeur of the temple, note the shuttle buses at the base of the canyon wall.
May 1st, 2016
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