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EMERALD POOLS TRAIL

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EMERALD POOLS DURING RAINSTORMS:

One of the most convenient and fun places to take in a rainstorm is the Emerald Pools area. While the Emerald Pools waterfalls are typically barely a trickle during the dryer months, a good rain can quickly bring the waterfalls to life.

Emerald Pools flash flood photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
During the summer months, most of the cliff edges around Middle Emerald Pools are dry... BUY PHOTO
Emerald Pools flash flood photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
But only a few minutes into a good rainstorm, this spot is transformed into a raging waterfall! BUY PHOTO
Emerald Pools flash flood photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2010 Joe Braun Photography
Do not attempt to cross the Middle Emerald Pools streams in these high water conditions! BUY PHOTO
Emerald Pools flash flood photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2010 Joe Braun Photography
The sign speaks for itself... BUY PHOTO
Emerald Pools flash flood photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2010 Joe Braun Photography
Looking up at a raging temporary waterfall flowing from Heaps Canyon. BUY PHOTO
Rainstorms and Flash Floods photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2014 Joe Braun Photography
Admiring the temporary waterfall at Upper Emerald Pool. Mist is everywhere! BUY PHOTO

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