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I let the scenery speak for itself on this one. Needing a quick Zion fix, I spent a cold morning in late January visiting this water fall. The hike is easy and family friendly, some trail and some creek walking…you could spend one hour or half a day. Enjoy!
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  1. Jim Greish
    Jim Greish says:

    Wow! What colors. One of your best videos! I love the effort you put out for multiple camera perspectives. Great editing too!
    Have you ever thought about hiking at Lake Powell? In spring or Fall of course. 😀 One year our houseboat crew hiked up and out of Cottonwood Canyon. To the 4wd road at the top. About 4-5 miles round trip. Beautiful views of the canyon, Lake Powell and Hole in The Rock. Dungeon Canyon was interesting.


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