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I’ll save the 16-mile descent into the Narrows from Chamberlain’s Ranch for a considerably warmer day.
A visual ambush After returning to Springdale to grab my gear from the Cable Mountain Lodge (and a Thai chicken wrap from Cafe Soleil), I re-enter Zion and travel Route 9 toward Bryce Canyon National Park, less than two hours east.
Capitol Reef National Park is the least visited of the Mighty Five because of its isolation and lower visibility.
The park received its status for the natural phenomena — the Waterpocket Fold, a 100-mile-long monocline, is among the longest in the world — as well as for its cultural significance.
I return to the canyon floor later that morning, gear up in Zion Outfitter’s dry suit for a hike from the Temple of Sinawaya up the Narrows, a section of the Virgin River that sets course between 10-story walls rarely more than 30 feet wide.
Among the trail’s features are Refrigerator Canyon, a segment so devoid of sunlight that temperatures drop more than 10 degrees, and Walter’s Wiggles, a series of 21 switchbacks that makes Lombard Street look like a stretch of Nebraska highway.
Angels Landing’s notoriety has nothing to do with steep temperature drops or the 1,488-foot serpentine climb.
Ephemeral canvas Canyonlands National Park, carved by the Colorado River and its tributaries, appears to stretch forever.
Unlike hidden Bryce and its visual ambush, these cliffs and canyons, mesas and buttes draw into view many miles before entering the park.