The RTC crew took a trip to Zion National Park for some water adventures that were a little less sandy.
Zion National park in southwest Utah is known for its steep red cliffs and scenic forest trails along the Virgin River.
The crew spent most of the time in an epic water hike called the Narrows. The Narrows is a 16 mile trail through the Virgin river. The crisp water kept us cool in the 105 degree weather as we climbed through caves and jumped down waterfalls.
Our rad round towels were perfect for snack breaks in the caves of towering rocks. The native squirrels were also big fans of the towels. They wouldn’t leave us alone… well it may have been the peanut butter and jelly’s... not the Hippy Nest.
We stayed in a little town called Springdale, right outside of the park. The Quality Inn was great because they had an awesome pool with an even awesomer view.
We also highly recommend Cafe Oscar for their tasty margs and stacked burgers.
Overall Zion National Park Narrows is a must, write it down, tell Siri to save it in your notes, start a group chat with all of our awesome pictures and plan a trip.
Don’t forget to tag us in your rad towel adventures. We would love to feature your adventures here on the RTC blog. #radroundtowel
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