Frozen Weeping Wall…

The redness of the rock at Zion National Park still amazes me.  I find it absolutely stunning.


At Zion  we visited the Weeping Wall.  It was a nice little walk up to where the side of the mountain drips water and gives it the appearance that is crying.



We did have to watch our step though, as it was very slippery with ice.


It gave me a bit of vertigo!


Where the water once ran and is now frozen…





Straight up…


The top was fenced off as it was very unstable and slippery.



Coming over the rock wall…




The view at the top.  A cool cloudy morning.

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18 comments on “Frozen Weeping Wall…

  1. uberrhund says:

    I think I took this little hike 40 some years ago when I was at Zion in the middle of Summer. Totally different look and very lovely in these Winter scenes,thanks for sharing !

  2. Thanks, we would love to visit Zion in the summer or fall…maybe one day!

  3. Peter B says:

    Amazing photos! That icy trail looks treacherous!

  4. ladyfi says:

    What magnificent shots!

  5. SmalltownRN says:

    Oh my goodness…simply breath taking…fantastic photos!!!

  6. Marleen, NL says:

    Beautiful shots!

  7. s.c.almere says:

    Great shots here where nature plays a grand part. Still you have covered it perfect. I have been there once in the spring but this is also great. Thanks for showing.

  8. Tanya says:

    beautiful! i remember going to zion as a kid. something about a checkerboard mountain we had to drive through.

  9. Janis says:

    What a stunning landscape…great pics!

  10. dinajohnston says:

    Love these shots with the steep cliffs. And the snow drip is pretty cool.

  11. Pat says:

    Amazing landscape. The icy trail looks dangerous.

  12. Rose says:

    What a beautiful area! Wish I could see it for myself.

  13. Linda Makiej says:

    lovely post! Have a great weekend!

  14. Thanks Linda! You too! 🙂

  15. Marie-AZ says:

    It’s such a stunningly beautiful spot. Love the photos with the snow and ice too. Would love to see it myself some time.

  16. Beautiful! We were there in the summer (100+ degr.!), but it would be nice to go back in the winter some time!

  17. lulubelleliz says:

    What stunning photography and an amazing place. It reminds me a little of some of the rocky gorges in the Flinders Ranges in South Australia

  18. I bet that is amazing too!

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