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Monday, July 16, 2018

Floods Destroy Popular Zion National Park Trails

Above, The Narrows in Zion National Park. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

While the rainfall from monsoon season is welcome here in Jamestown, New Mexico, they wreaked havoc in Zion National Park last week. Several popular trails were severely damaged.

According to Good4Utah:
ZION NATIONAL PARK (News4Utah)- Clean up continues in Zion National Park after a flood swept through the area last week, causing mudslides and rockfalls. 
Officials at the park say several popular trails remain closed Monday. Including Angels Landing, Kayenta, Upper Emerald Pools, and West Rim from the Grotto to Cabin Springs. 
Shuttles are running as normal. They will not be visiting the Grotto Shuttle Stop.

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