Peter Sleutel
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1000 places to go before i die: Walter’s Wiggles trail, Zion National Park, Utah, USA

❝ Walter’s Wiggles Trail ❞ Zion National Park, Utah, USA / photo by: Rick Crowle Steep twenty-one sharp zig-zags to a scenic plateau. Walter's Wiggles was named after the first superintendent of Zion who helped engineer the steep zig-zagging section.

The Paria Mountains' 18 miles from Kanab, Utah in Hwy 89. Paria Wilderness, Utah, USA. These mountains are found beside a dirt road that connects to Highway 89 just before the Paria River. Hwy 89 takes you from Kanab Utah to Page Arizona. The side of the mountains have spectacular colors (better that the Grand Canyon, Bryce, the Painted Dessert, the slot canyons and even White Pocket) due to their encrusted minerals like iron oxides, manganese, cobalt and others that geologists describe.

The Paria Mountains 18 miles from Kanab, Utah in Hwy Paria Wilderness, Utah, USA. These mountains are found beside a dirt road that connects to Highway 89 just before the Paria River. Hwy 89 takes you from Kanab Utah to Page Arizona. The side of the

Walter’s Wiggles, Zion National Park, Utah, USA

Walter’s Wiggles, Zion National Park, Utah, USA. They are part of the trail ascent to the top of Angel's Landing. The wiggles are named after Walter Ruesch, who was the first superintendent for Zion National Park and constructed the switchbacks in 1926

Bright Angel Trail Switchback - Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona | Tom Brownold

It was amazing and challenging. Rim To Rim Bright Angel Trail Switchback, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona