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Narrows Service Project
June 30, 2013

This 7-mile interpretive hike in the Zion Narrows is an opportunity to experience this dramatic area with a naturalist who will discuss its geology, plants, and animals. Enjoy adventure, service, and learning. Much of the walk takes places in the Virgin River and participants should be prepared to get wet and walk on river rocks using a walking stick. Learn about the power of flash floods to shape the landscape, see hanging gardens, and be awed by the massive vertical slabs of Navajo sandstone that form the canyon. The group will hike to the confluence of Orderville Canyon. During the return trip, participants will perform a brief clean-up in the Narrows to help keep this area beautiful. Limited to 11 participants.

Fee: $60
AGES: 16 years and up
INSTRUCTOR: Gene Gerstner
MEETS: 8:15 am at the Temple of Sinawava (Riverside Walk) shuttle stop. (You should be at the Zion Visitor Center no later 7:15 am to catch a bus up canyon).
Price: US $60.00

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