We see a lot of pictures of Zion from Angels Landing, the Narrows, and the Subway. But Zion National Park is 229 sq miles (huge!). There are so many incredibly beautiful places that go far beyond just these very popular hies. And this is a photo that demonstrates that. It was taken off of a lessern known mesa, right near Kolob Terraces. As you can see the views looking down in Zion are hard to match.
That's what we love about living and working here. There are so many things to do and see, so many places and so many views. So come here, and come often because Zion is like the gift that keeps on giving the whole year round.
This image was taken off of a mesa near Kolob Terrace. It's on a bit of a horseshoe type knoll that you must do a little bushwacking to get to. But once you're there you'll be greeted with an impressive view for miles around you.
This picture was taken looking east towards the left fork of Zion. In the distance there you can see along the ridge line where the West Rim trail goes.
This valley is full of deer and other wildlife that almost never gets disturbed due to it's remoteness. You can see their trails below you as you look down from the white cliffs above.
Hopefully you can see just another reason why we love Zion so much. Find a random knoll and go hike up it and you'll get to see things that few people have seen. From places that few feet have visited. In truth this picture doesn't even do this place close to justice. That is true of much of Zion though, pictures can only do so much, the rest must be experienced.