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THE BARRACKS (East Fork of the Virgin River)

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The Barracks, Upper Parunuweap Canyon photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2009 Joe Braun Photography
Back in the East Fork, the lushly vegetated river banks mingle with interesting Navajo sandstone formations. BUY PHOTO
The Barracks, Upper Parunuweap Canyon photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2003 Joe Braun Photography
"Parunuweap Wallflowers #1" -- many alcove seeps have beautiful flowers growing right out of the wall. BUY PHOTO
The Barracks, Upper Parunuweap Canyon photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2009 Joe Braun Photography
The East "Desolation Gully" beckons for exploration. BUY PHOTO
The Barracks, Upper Parunuweap Canyon photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2009 Joe Braun Photography
An impressive gallery of petroglyphs. Unfortunately, close inspection shows a few signs of vandalism. BUY PHOTO
The Barracks, Upper Parunuweap Canyon photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2009 Joe Braun Photography
A second panel shows many figures, although the lower half is faded and pieces have chipped away. Temporarily disable your popup blocker and view the entire panorama!
The Barracks, Upper Parunuweap Canyon photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2009 Joe Braun Photography
Lush greenery and beautifully clear water in the lower section of Rock Canyon. BUY PHOTO
The Barracks, Upper Parunuweap Canyon photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2009 Joe Braun Photography
Camping on one of the numerous sandy banks above the river.
The Barracks, Upper Parunuweap Canyon photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2009 Joe Braun Photography
Canyon mushroom with its own sandstone cap formation! BUY PHOTO

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