Pa’rus Trail in Zion National Park

This post is part of the ‘In 7′ photo series., where I share a moment in 7 pictures.

The Pa’rus Trail in Zion National Park is a paved, accessible trail that makes for an easy hike. We found that it was a nice trail to walk if we had an hour or so of time that we wanted to fill in Zion National Park.

The Pa’rus Trail is an accessible 1.7 miles long (one-way) trail. Pa’rus means bubbling, tumbling water in Paiute and you get good views of the Virgin River on this trail. It starts near the Visitor Center and ends northward at Canyon Junction. We did the trail backward and ended at the Visitor Center; however, I think the scenery and views were better towards the northern part of the trail (i.e., the actual end).

Here are my 7 photos that captured experience walking the Pa’rus Trail in Zion National Park with a photo-by-photo breakdown below:


A view of the bridge on Pa’rus Trail that is a popular spot for photographers.
A view from the bridge in the previous photograph.
Bees amongst the wildflowers.
A lone cactus fruit.
A mule deer.
A peek of the trail.
A view of the bubbling Virgin River and the Watchman.

If you liked this post, be sure to check out the rest of the “In 7” photo series.

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Smiti Nathan

I’m an archaeologist that travels around the world for both work and pleasure. I have a penchant for exploring ancient and modern places and the people, plants, and foods entangled in them. I write about archaeology, travel, and productivity.

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