This paved trail leads a quarter mile north from the trailhead to a natural shower. The route ascends 100 feet leading past hanging gardens fed by water seeping through the Navajo sandstone. Informational panels line the trail and identify and describe plant life along the route. This is a very popular trail so expect crowds throughout the year.
Directions: From South Entrance, Drive northward along Highway 9 to the Zion Canyon Visitor Center. Board one of the shuttle buses and ride it to the Weeping Rock Trailhead.
Elevation: 4,360 feet
Ending Elevation: 4,460 feet
Usage: Very Heavy
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