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Zion National Park

Day 12 – Zion National Park

Posted on July 9, 2022

by Elijah Berkowitz   After waking up in Salt Lake City, Utah at 7:00, we took the scenic, three-hour bus ride through Utah’s deserts and mountains to Zion National Park. We stopped in Cedar City, Utah for lunch, where we split up. I and others got Chipotle. Once we arrived at Zion, we took a Continue Reading »

Day 13 – Zion National Park

Posted on July 10, 2021

by Max Klayman At the start of our journey, Billy told us that not everything would go according to plan, and today completely exemplified that. When we arrived at Zion National Park, after a long 5 hour drive, we dismounted into the oppressive heat. However, as we boarded the shuttles to take us into Zion Continue Reading »

Day 13 – Zion National Park

Posted on July 13, 2019

We woke up and ate some breakfast before heading on our four hour drive to Zion National Park. Once we got to Zion, we hiked a bit and then stopped to talk about the impact of National Parks and what good they do for our society. After that discussion, we kept hiking a bit more Continue Reading »

Day Thirteen – Zion National Park

Posted on July 7, 2018

by Isabella Weiss We began our day by waking up at 7:00 and driving four hours to Zion National Park. On the way, we watched the documentary Food Inc. about modern food production and agriculture. The documentary was very eye opening because it detailed the way that cheap food is produced and the means corporations go to in order to Continue Reading »

Day 14: Zion National Park & Grand Canyon

Posted on July 10, 2016

-Brett Fogel When I first noticed that we were going to the Grand Canyon, I remembered the other two times that I have been there. The first time I was a little kid, and the second time I went with my family and grandparents. I had low expectations after having been there twice already. In Continue Reading »

Day 13: Salt Lake City & Zion National Park

Posted on July 9, 2016

-Ronin Chasan The day began with the ever-dreaded 7:00 AM wakeup call. After the typical hour to prep for the day, we were set to hit the road at 8:00 for Zion National Park. However, a brief discussion about the civil unrest and violence in Dallas the previous night—as well as a minor obstacle in Continue Reading »

Day 14- Zion National Park, Grand Canyon

Posted on July 12, 2015

– Josh Unger Today was Earle’s, our bus drivers, birthday, and to celebrate we went to the Grand Canyon in Arizona. I don’t think that the word grand does the canyon justice. Instead it should be called the king canyon. There’s a line in the song “I Just Can’t Wait to be King” where Simba Continue Reading »

Day 13- Salt Lake City, Zion National Park

Posted on July 11, 2015

– Rachel Pomeranz We woke up this morning in Salt Lake City and hopped on the bus to make our way to Zion National Park. During the ride, we watched “Food Inc.”, a movie that describes where our food comes from and reveals some of the harsh realities of the food industry. This movie gave Continue Reading »

Day 12-Zion National Park-by Rachel Kaufman

Posted on July 11, 2014

Today began with an early morning in Salt Lake City, Utah. We woke up, packed our bags, and headed to Zion National Park. The drive through Utah was breathtaking, with massive, uninhabited mountains and wide open roads all around us. After catching up on a bit of sleep, we watched a powerful documentary called Food, Continue Reading »

Day 11 – Salt Lake City & Zion National Park – By Jordy Frankel

Posted on July 5, 2013

“In the wilderness, I find something more dear and connate than in the streets or villages.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson Hello everyone. My name is Jordy, and I’m 16 years old. I jumped at the opportunity to write today because of 2 of my favorite things: writing and nature. This morning, we woke up at Continue Reading »