Rock Climbers At Zion National Park

By | April 24, 2013
Rock Climbers

Rock Climbers At Zion National Park

Rock Climbers

Can you see the Rock Climbers?

I never would have seen these rock climbers if the shuttle driver had not told me to watch for them and then someone spotted them for me. The 50x zoom on the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS came in handy for capturing these guys. Can you see the climbers in the second photo? That second photo gives you an idea of the distance I was photographing from. It also gives you an idea of the climb they were doing.

Zion National Park’s 2,000-foot sandstone cliffs are world-renowned for their big wall climbs.

Author: Steve Creek

An Arkansas-based wildlife photographer specializing in the wildlife found in Arkansas and Oklahoma. Steve’s images are created from his overwhelming passion for being outdoors with cameras in tow.

0 thoughts on “Rock Climbers At Zion National Park

  1. Debbie

    It amazes me about rock climbers climbing up such a sheer face. We were in Moab last year, but didn’t make it to Zion. It was far too hot that month we were there.

  2. Cindy H

    Really nice zoom.
    It never ceases to amaze me what people do for the love of it. (climbing, not photography. 🙂 ) You couldn’t pay me enough.

  3. Dwynn

    Nice shots, Steve! Having taken up photography a couple of years as a retirement hobby, I purchased a Canon 7D and the 10-22mm and 100-400mm lenses, THEN realized it is really uncomfortable at age 70 to deal with that equipment while hiking mountain trails. I am now trying to learn how best to use my recently acquired SX50 for those hikes. Your blog posts have been inspirational. Thanks.