On the Road: Zion National Park
At Hugh & Crye, we share an innate curiosity and desire to explore the unknown. There’s an entire world outside the office, and we’re determined to make time to see it all and share the story.
Andrew, the man behind H&C operations, recently headed out West to Zion National Park in Utah for an annual camping trip with his fiancé and friends. They set up at Watchmen Campground and spent the first day trekking through The Narrows, a gorge with soaring 1,000-foot walls and a river running through.
The next day, they took on Angel’s Landing, a 1,488-foot rock formation overlooking Zion Canyon. The hike consisted of a series of sharp switchbacks, and the last half-mile had chain ropes secured in the rock for climbers to grip on to. It was steep and strenuous (not to mention nerve-racking), but the view at the top was well worth it.
Andrew’s Print Popover (above) survived everything from hiking to campfire cooking to tarantula encounters. Check out more photos below.