A big win for Zion

By Trust for Public Land
Published July 9, 2013

A big win for Zion

The spectacular canyon views of the Zion Narrows—named number five on National Geographic magazine's ranking of the top 100 American adventures—draw visitors from around the world. In June, The Trust for Public Land successfully protected access to this famous trail from development, ensuring future generations can experience the canyon for themselves.

Renowned adventurer Erik Weihenmayer, best known as the first blind climber to summit Mount Everest, recently joined us on a trek through the Narrows to raise awareness about the importance of keeping our public lands protected and accessible.

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