Log cabins
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Scenic Utah

Log cabins
Guests stay in log cabins at the Zion Mountain Resort. (Jerel Harris / For The Times)
Duck creek village
Log cabin homes, off Utah 14, are inhabitable year-round at an altitude of 8,400 feet in Dixie National Forest. (Jerel Harris / For The Times)
Road through Zion
Leaving St. George, Utah 9 follows the Virgin River. On the western end of the route, a red-tailed hawk surveys the landscape near Virgin. Beyond, the road passes through grassy valleys to the eastern side of Zion National Park, and Zion Mountain Resort’s log cabins. (Jerel Harris / For The Times)
Sunshine
Solitude in abundance. (Jerel Harris / For The Times)
Leaf
The colors of fall in Zion Canyon. (Jerel Harris / For The Times)
Farm equipment
Along Kolob Terrace Road north of Virgin, Utah. (Jerel Harris / For The Times)
Weeping rock
Zion Canyon in sharp relief. (Jerel Harris / For The Times)
Scenic Byway
Mount Carmel Junction, where State Route 9 and US Route 89 intersect. (Jerel Harris / For The Times)
Mount Carmel Highway
West of Canyon Junction, Mount Carmel Highway winds through Zion Canyon with sharp curves and steep drops. (Jerel Harris / For The Times)
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