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EMERALD POOLS TRAIL

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Emerald Pools Trails photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
Starting from the Zion Lodge, the hikers bridge crosses over the Virgin River. BUY PHOTO
Emerald Pools Trails photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
The pleasant paved trail follows the banks of the river to the Emerald Pools pantheon. BUY PHOTO
Emerald Pools Trail (Zion National Park) -- © 2005 Joe Braun Photography
The trail to Lower Emerald Pools enters a section of wonderfully lush vegetation.
Emerald Pools Trails photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2010 Joe Braun Photography
Waterfall at lower Emerald Pools during heavy flow from the spring runoff. BUY PHOTO
Emerald Pools Trails photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2005 Joe Braun Photography
During the drier summer months, the waterfalls are typically down to a trickle. BUY PHOTO
Emerald Pools Trails photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2005 Joe Braun Photography
The water hits the rocks of the "Lower Emerald Pool." As refreshing as it looks, you are not allowed to leave the trail to play in the water. BUY PHOTO
Emerald Pools Trails photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
The trail continues along the shady alcove to head behind and around the waterfalls. BUY PHOTO
Emerald Pools Trails photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2010 Joe Braun Photography
The Emerald Pools waterfalls during an impressive rainstorm. Both Heaps Canyon and Behunin Canyon are flash-flooding to create such flow. BUY PHOTO

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