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Weeping Rock Trail

Easy/Intermediate
 4.0 (53)

A short, but steep trail leading to a beautiful rock alcove.


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Point to Point

4,435' 1,352 m

High

4,372' 1,332 m

Low

64' 19 m

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Down

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

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Family Friendly Though somewhat steep, anyone can manage this paved path. Especially when it ends at such a stunning geologic oddity!

Description

This paved trail ends at a rock alcove with dripping springs. Look for trailside exhibits along the way which provide in depth information regarding the park's natural features.

The Weeping Rock is literally just that - a rock wall that seeps water from a spring. In the cold months, the "tears" of the rock can freeze, making for an awesome ice mural.

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Brian Smith

Trail Ratings

  4.0 from 53 votes

#2

in East Zion

#36

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#2

in East Zion

#5

in Utah

#36

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Weeping Rock
Feb 10, 2015 near Springdale, UT
Wheeping Rock Trail
Feb 5, 2015 near Springdale, UT
Zion National Park
Feb 18, 2015 near Springdale, UT
Lovely.
Jul 6, 2016 near Springdale, UT
Weeping Rock
Jun 24, 2019 near Springdale, UT
Weeping Rock is beautiful and easy to access by Zion standards
Apr 7, 2018 near Springdale, UT

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