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During the summer visitors to Zion National Park have to take a shuttle to visit the places along Zion Canyon Scenic Drive. The last shuttle stop, Temple of Sinawava, is also the trailhead for Riverside Walk.
Riverside Walk follows the Virgin River along a canyon which gets more and more narrow as we hike up stream.
As we move up the canyon, we start seeing more cascades and drops along the narrowing canyon. It’s hard to remember that this pretty little stream actually carved the canyon we were walking through.
The trail was closed because of high water before we got to the narrowest part of the canyon, but we still got to enjoy the beauty all around us.