Part of Zion Park. Good place for pictures. When you are taking shuttle to the top of the road you can stop and take pictures.
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1/2 mile, round trip, straight up a steep path. But the view at the top makes it worth the climb. Do it!
This trail is steep in places, but it is also short and well who the effort. At the end of the trail, you are rewarded with a shower of cold spring water which "weeps" from the cliffs overhead. It's magical that in this place of...More
The Weeping Rock Trail is a very short, 1/2 mile round trip trail up to an under-hang where water is forced laterally out of the rock. You can see some water loving plants here, but the trail is pretty short. The trailhead also goes to...More
Throughout hikes in Zion you will see water seeping from rocks. However, this trail leads to a formation where the weeping is so great that it forms a small water fall that you can walk under.
You have to walk from the shuttle stop to the beginning of the hike. There are two trails that leave from the same point. The weeping rock trail is the one to the left. Totally doable short hike but it is a little steep. At...More
This is a fairly easy trail for most. Although it is mostly uphill, it's fairly short - about 1/4 mile each way. It's a paved trail, but uneven in places. Most of the trail is in the shade, so it's a cooler hike than some...More
Since we were at the weeping rock in September, she was vey weepy. But it is a nice little hike and if you've never seen a "weeping rock" you will still get the idea. Go and enjoy this short hike.