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Weeping Rock Trail

Weeping Rock Parking Lot, Zion National Park, UT
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A short one-half mile trail.
  • Excellent49%
  • Very good33%
  • Average16%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“short hike” (85 reviews)
“steep walk” (9 reviews)
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Weeping Rock Parking Lot, Zion National Park, UT
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Reviewed 9 September 2016

We took this trail and even though it is sort of steep, it is still easy for people like us who are out of shape. Trail is only .4 miles long I think and was pretty neat. Be aware that on a rainier day, the...More

Thank mandyncat
Reviewed 8 September 2016 via mobile

Trail is half-mile round trip which is the shortest trail in the park. A moderate steep climb. So there's this Weeping Wall, where groundwater that has seeped 2,000 feet through the Navajo sandstone from Echo Canyon emerges to create a dripping wall.

Thank allcurves
Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

Very short, about 0.5miles, steep walk to the weeping rock. I learned from the Zion Shuttle radio that as water sweeps through the ground and travels through porous rock layers it eventually hits non porous rock layers and gets pushed out laterally making a waterfall...More

Thank Ashley B
Reviewed 31 August 2016

This trail is short, but don't let that fool you! It is very steep too. It was worth the walk though. At the top you will see a big overhang of a rock they calling Weeping. That is because the waterfall above the rock seeps...More

Thank johnsonfamily430
Reviewed 30 August 2016

This is a short trail but is defiantly worth the hike. The end of the trail offers some good views of the park.

Thank rich w
Reviewed 28 August 2016 via mobile

The weeping rock trail is literally a five minute trail. It is so easy, it is suitable for all ages. The end of trail is an area that is perfect for pictures. This is one of the easiest trails in Zion and I recommend stopping...More

Thank cjkranz
Reviewed 26 August 2016

This is a trail that everyone should attempt. You will probably have to stop on the way to the stop unless you are in good shape. Strenuous inclines. Well worth the hike.

Thank Todd G
Reviewed 24 August 2016

The last jaunt for the day was out to see Weeping Rock and the hanging gardens. Definitely worth the walk especially on a hot day! It was an easy 1/2 mile walk from the shuttle stop. Walk up through the parking lot, cross the little...More

1  Thank Hollie W
Reviewed 24 August 2016 via mobile

Want to take a short hike then visit Weeping Rock. It's a very good place to take the entire family. Once you reach this rock, one can get a light mist off the edge. The scenery is beautiful and you can meet interesting people, if...More

Thank Jack D
Reviewed 23 August 2016

The Weeping Rock can be reached by a very short but very steep trail. It doesn't take long to get there. And it so worth it. It is a magical spot of eternal rain.

Thank crazy4azmegan
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