Visiting a place like Zion National Park means seeing one of the pinnacles of outdoor recreation. Few will ever forget seeing that view from atop Angels Landing for the first time. Or the first time their neck gets strained because they keep looking up at those massive stone walls while hiking the narrows. So in light of these facts we wanted to begin an outdoor gear review section of Zion Canyon.
Review Outdoor Gear – From ZionCanyon.com
There are few things that can inhibit you getting the most out of your time in Zion National Park than having the wrong, or insufficient gear. If you’re trying to hike up the west rim and think your Crocs are going to be equal to the task then you’ll learn, the hard way, but you will learn. Or if you’re planning a backcountry backpacking trip and don’t have the right backpacks, sleeping gear, or clothing, then as the famous meme states “You’re gonna to have a bad time”
So to help avoid making these mistakes we’re going to begin periodically reviewing outdoor gear for you. That way you’ll be able to avoid buying shoes that have a blowout halfway up Observation Point, subsequently ruining the rest of your hike.
Hiking, Camping, Climbing, and Canyoneering Gear Review
We cover a wide range of outdoor gear in our reviews, although our main focus is on the following:
- Hiking Gear Review
- Camping Gear Review
- Climbing Gear Review
- Canyoneering Gear Review
Now you’ll not only be able to come to see the wonders of Emerald Pools, and the vastness of Kolob Terrace, but you’ll be fully prepared with the best hiking and outdoor gear possible. From the best hiking shoes, to the best tents, and sleeping bags. Once you’ve got all of your bases covered as best you can then there shouldn’t be a worry in the world about heading this way, because no matter what the weather throws at you, you’ll be ready for it.