Ancient pioneers and natives rode their horses over this beautiful national park which today receives thousands of people from all across the world who come to marvel at the apocalyptic colors of its rocks and reefs. Its well-chosen name, Zion, refers to Kabala’s belief in a spiritual place where all reality emerged.

Enormous red and yellow rocks resembling sunsets jut out from the desert and forests of the canyon. The park has many endangered species such as the California condor, the mule deer and the spotted owl. The flora as well is full of rare botanical treasures. Its grandeur and rarity is enough to make one question whether or not it really is the point (or one of many points) from which life originated.

The Zion Canyon has preserved its natural beauty thanks to the protection it has received as a national park for the last 100 years. Thankfully, a new initiative has promised to preserve the area as a wilderness (pristine enough to survive without human intervention) for another 100 years to come ––Another century to ensure Zion Park as a guardian to natural marvels.

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Ancient pioneers and natives rode their horses over this beautiful national park which today receives thousands of people from all across the world who come to marvel at the apocalyptic colors of its rocks and reefs. Its well-chosen name, Zion, refers to Kabala’s belief in a spiritual place where all reality emerged.

Enormous red and yellow rocks resembling sunsets jut out from the desert and forests of the canyon. The park has many endangered species such as the California condor, the mule deer and the spotted owl. The flora as well is full of rare botanical treasures. Its grandeur and rarity is enough to make one question whether or not it really is the point (or one of many points) from which life originated.

The Zion Canyon has preserved its natural beauty thanks to the protection it has received as a national park for the last 100 years. Thankfully, a new initiative has promised to preserve the area as a wilderness (pristine enough to survive without human intervention) for another 100 years to come ––Another century to ensure Zion Park as a guardian to natural marvels.

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