On the 22nd, Marilyn and I hiked Taylor Creek, which is in the Kolob Canyons section of Zion National Park. This is well away from the main canyon in Zion where we had hiked the day before. We found Taylor Creek to be considerably less crowded than the main section of the park.
There was a waterfall at the end of the trail!
Some of the Double Arch Alcove is visible in this photo. Earlier in the hike, we stood in the alcove. It was raining then, so I didn’t take any pictures from the alcove. The “arches” that we saw weren’t the kind of arches that you see elsewhere in Utah, e.g. in Arches National Park.
Another Look at Fife Cabin:
The trail crosses Taylor Creek many times. On the way back, I decided to hike in the creek for a ways.
When we were finished with hiking Taylor Creek, we drove the rest of the Scenic Drive to the overlook.