Have you read my latest blog about Hiking Angels Landing? It’s an exciting one, so don’t miss out!

There are so many photos that I want to share with you from my recent Summer Moments Road Trip and placing them in a traditional blog format just don’t do these photos any justice.

I’ve decided to do a series of pictorials that will showcase my favorite photos in a large (875px) format. For those of you who can’t relate to the whole pixel thing, to simplify, the photos displayed below are just a lot larger than you typically see here on a traditional blog post on Pause The Moment.

Below, you’ll find my second pictorial of the series titled “Zion National Park: 14 Stunning Photos That You Have To See!” which features some of my favorite photos from my recent trip to Zion National Park.

Mountain Goats at Zion National Park

1. Mountain Goats in Zion National Park

Canyon Overlook - Zion National Park

2. The view from Canyon Overlook

Canyon Overlook - Zion National Park

3. A closer look at the road that runs through the canyon below.

Zion National Park

4. Look at the deep lines that the wind and rain carved into the rocks over time.

Hidden Canyon - Zion National Park

5. Getting ready to hike to the Hidden Canyon!

Hidden Canyon - Zion National Park

6. View of Zion National Park from about half way up the East Rim Trail on my way to Hidden Canyon.

Zion National Park

7. Hidden Canyon Trail – Almost there!

Hidden Canyon - Zion National Park

8. I love how this little sign just pops up out of nowhere.

Hidden Canyon - Zion National Park

9. A natural arch located in the Hidden Canyon at Zion.

Canyon OVerlook - Zion National Park

10. View from the end of the Canyon Overlook Trail.

Hidden Canyon- Zion National Park

11. View from the East Rim Trail.

Angels Landing - Zion National Park

12. Welcome to Angels Landing!

Angels Landing - Zion National Park

13. Watch your step! Oh, and don’t forget to make use of the “courtesy chain.”

Angels Landing - Zion National Park

14. View from the top of Angels Landing. I hiked this trail from start to finish in just 55 minutes. Now it’s time to kick back, relax, and enjoy the views!

Did you enjoy this pictorial of Zion National Park? If so, which photo(s) are your favorites? Leave a comment below!