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LA VERKIN CREEK TRAIL (Kolob Arch, Beartrap Canyon, Willis Creek)

Trail Description Photos 1 2

La Verkin Creek Trail photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2004 Joe Braun Photography
Starting at Lee Pass, the La Verkin Creek Trail starts downhill and heads south to make its way around the Kolob Finger Canyons.
La Verkin Creek Trail photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2004 Joe Braun Photography
Nice still life with the leaves and flowers glowing bright yellow... BUY PHOTO
La Verkin Creek Trail photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2004 Joe Braun Photography
About four-and-a-half miles into the hike, we come to La Verkin Creek. This little pool is the perfect place to relax and play in the water!
La Verkin Creek Trail photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2004 Joe Braun Photography
Looking east into the heart of the Kolob Section.
La Verkin Creek Trail photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2004 Joe Braun Photography
Hiking alongside La Verkin Creek. This part of the hike is hot with sections of deep sand; the going is slow...
La Verkin Creek Trail photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2004 Joe Braun Photography
Roughly six miles into the hike, we arrive at the junction with the Kolob Arch Trail. Let's park our horse and go for a little side hike!
La Verkin Creek Trail photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2004 Joe Braun Photography
The Kolob Arch canyon (the mouth of Icebox/Waterfalls Canyon) is overgrown and a wee bit of boulder-scrambling is involved.
La Verkin Creek Trail photo (Zion National Park) -- © 2004 Joe Braun Photography
Looking up at the impressive Kolob Arch: one of the largest freestanding arches in North America. This is the area's main attraction. BUY PHOTO

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