Entrance to the bike lane in Springdale. It's generally really nice.
Selfie and views on the way into Springdale. It's already pretty.
Selfie, actually in Zion NP now. There's a bike path several miles into the park, officially bikes aren't allowed on the main road, though I saw some on the downhill direction. Still, the side path is really pretty.
Panorama while going across a bridge on the bike/MUP.
Selfie on a MUP bridge. Pretty mountains.
"Buses will not pass unless you pull over and stop". True of the park buses, but some of the private ones didn't care.
Mule deer along the side of the road. They are funny-looking. Cute.
Typical road in Zion NP. Pretty, winding, photogenic.
Selfie with the canyons.
Panorama of the canyons. It's an incredible 360 degree view.
Worn sign, but it lists the rules of riding in the park. Pretty legit.
Incredible red/grey canyons.
Sticking my feet in the North Fork of the Virgin River.
Zooming in to see trees on top of the cliffs.
Bird that was 'fishing' in the stream. It would keep its head underwater for a minute or more.
Selfie in the park.
Selfie at the Zion-Mt. Carmel tunnel. Bikes can't go through the tunnel and there's no regular shuttle service.
Fred and Linda while strolling through The Grotto at Zion.
Fred (and a bag) while at The Grotto.
Fred and Linda at The Grotto.
Ted at The Grotto.
Turning to the Overlook ride.
On the Verkin Overlook ride, looking at the Hurricane Mesa Airport and test facility.
"Open Access", meaning "respect the land".
View at the top of the Overlook.
Over 180 degrees of the Overlook gravel road.
Looking at the Hurricane Mesa Airport and test facility. You can see a water tower on the edge of the mesa.