Zion National Park Accommodations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals & Lodging

Recovering from a bout with the Flu, I decided a nice stroll up Many Pools would be a good way to get myself back together. Zion National Park in the winter is crowd free so I had the place to myself on this day, which made the views and the charm very worthwhile.
Many Pools is a drainage and over time the running water has created a whole system of potholes and pools, add the fantastic vistas of slickrock and other natural features and you get one aesthetically pleasing hike.
What’s great about Many Pools is you can take it as far as you want, a couple hours to check out the pools or all day if you want to climb up onto the East Rim.
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