A Short Little Jaunt. Weeping Rock can be seen from the Main Canyon road and beckons hikers to clamber to its base. Lucky for us, there is a short, easy trail that climbs steeply to the dripping, overhanging walll and its pretty hanging gardens. Weeping Rock is more of a photo opportunity than an athletic activity, but it's worth dropping in here before or after one of the many adventures avaialble from Weeping Rock Trailhead
Weeping Rock is one of Zion's many wide, paved trails, accessible to wheelchairs and strollers, and thus a great stop for families with children or elderly folks.
The hike is possible year-round, but closures occur on occasion during winter, when ice or snow coats the trail.
A printable canyon descriptionand map you can take with you.
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General Zion Canyon trail map
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