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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” (86 reviews)
“water dripping” (19 reviews)
“steep walk” (9 reviews)
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Weeping Rock Parking Lot, Zion National Park, UT
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Short but Steep trail to and outstanding seeping wall! The trail is only about 0.2 mile but most people will need to stop to catch their breath along the way. The end of this short uphill path brings you to an overhang with ground water...More

Thank Mindy and Roger A
Reviewed 6 days ago

Another one of the so called “easy” trails. This trail is short, about a half mile roundtrip. But it is very steep, and you need to watch your footing. Add in a little sun and heat, and my husband and I still needed to stop...More

Thank spitzy135
Reviewed 1 week ago

For serious hikers, this trail is a sidebar to the bigger attractions of Hidden Canyon and Observation Point, which both leave from the same trailhead. But for the casual hiker, and especially for kids, this is a great hike. It's very short, but there is...More

Thank MrCarver
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Weeping Rock Trail was our first hike at Zion. It doesn't take a long time and is easier than many of the other hikes at Zion. We enjoyed the wildflowers and the close views of the "weeping" rock.

Thank Gayle R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Short but steep trail to a weeping rock. Apparently the water coming out is about 1200 years old! Great views of the rest of the canyon from the top.

Thank Carina757
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a short (0.4 mile) mildly steep, paved path leading to a pretty rock alcove where water seeps out of the limestone. There is a beautiful view from the end point. The walk begins at the Weeping Rock shuttle stop. The entire visit would...More

1  Thank TravelFan48105
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Worth a short walk (only takes around 30 minutes there and back) with good views over this part of the Canyon. We did it at the end of the day just to take a quick view of the area. Very easy with a shuttle bus...More

1  Thank Kevin R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I don't get what they are talking about but the steep part of the trail that I was on was loose gravel. It started out paved and looked like 100 years old all cracked to pieces, then in about 100 feet where it became more...More

Thank Sieg1313
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The trail to weeping rock is one of the shortest. It is maybe 20 minutes round trip mostly up a paved trail. The view from the trail is stunning, but everything in Zion is stunning.

1  Thank BGuidry
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Listed under the easy hikes means more people than the rest of the trails. This is short and steep and leads to a small waterfall and hanging garden which is quite nice. There are better walks and views elsewhere in the park.

1  Thank chowso
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