Timelapse Video of Zion National Park

The video "ZION" is the culmination of nearly a month spent exploring Zion National Park during peak fall color.
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The video "ZION" is the culmination of nearly a month spent exploring Zion National Park during peak fall color. Exquisitely carved by the Virgin River over millions of years, Zion Canyon is one of the most stunning places on earth. But don't stop there! This park has so much more to offer outside of the main canyon. Golden meadows, sweeping vistas, red rock mountains, towering white temples, and powerful ancient rivers comprise this incredible treasure. This film was shot primarily in 8K.

To learn about the making of this video, visit morethanjustparks.com/zion

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