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Zion National Park

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Zion National Park

In Zion National Park, we can adventure to see a dozen desert waterfalls or make our way through the waterlogged, narrow, red-rock Subways or hike the knife’s edge of Angel’s Landing. Whichever hike we decide to do, we are certain to be rewarded with breathtaking views of one of the most stunning national parks in the country. From claustrophobic slot canyons to a chain-anchored ascent on one of the world’s most renowned hikes worthy of anyone’s bucket list, this trip is sure to be a photographer’s dream. Zion Canyon is 15 miles long and up to 2500 feet deep, with reddish-colored Navajo Sandstone cut by the North Fork of the Virgin River. Located at the junction of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin, and Mojave Desert regions, the park’s unique geography and a variety of biomes provide us with a high degree of plant and animal diversity. This is sure to be one of the most unforgettable trips of your lifetime.

In this three-day excursion, you will be joined by a professional photographer who will guide you to some of the most photographic spots along the route while also helping you learn the inner workings of your camera and offering tips on how to create stunning landscape images. We will explore the park to catch the changing light throughout the day and practice photographic exercises that will help you learn how to create those postcard-worthy images to last a lifetime. We’ll focus on wide angle landscape compositions and look for macro opportunities to highlight geological wonders big and small. Grab your backpack, your camera, a comfortable pair of shoes and get ready for the trip of a lifetime.

Reservations: General Admission: $795 | Early Birds: $650. Tickets must be purchased at least 30 days prior to the trip to avoid cancellation. (Transportation, food and lodging is not included.) Participation is limited to adults ages 18 and above. Total group size will be limited to 4 people at a minimum and 6 people maximum.

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