Winter in Zion
More frequently, winter scenes at Zion consist of a dusting of snow at the tops of the 7,000′ – 8000′ peeks, with fog rolling up the hillsides to lend an additional sense of mystery and awe to a landscape which is already beautiful beyond words. Crowds are gone, leaving the wildlife to enjoy their surroundings without being disturbed. Mule deer roam the river-bottoms, and seem content to stay-put rather than venture away from food and running water.
For those who can’t make the trip this winter, enjoy the photos and visit soon!