ZION NATIONAL PARK — Zion National Park officials say rescue crews needed to retrieve a gaggle of hikers who have been briefly trapped on the favored Hidden Canyon trail after a rockfall.
The Spectrum stories it is the third time in just a little more than a month that the park has had to shut the path on account of rockfalls.
The statement says Zion’s search and rescue staff and a helicopter crew from the Grand Canyon National Park helped transport the 9 visitors safely out of the canyon Tuesday.
Park officers stated in a press release that not one of the hikers who have been briefly trapped behind the rockfall reported any injuries.
The trail is predicted to be closed for at the very least every week whereas employees monitor the world for extra potential rock falls.