Weeping Rock

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Weeping Rock, located in southern Utah, offers a short but rewarding hike suitable for all ages, featuring an unusual overhang that appears to weep, especially noticeable during the hot summers. The trail, spanning just 0.5 miles and accessible for strollers, leads to a fascinating rock formation where visitors can witness the rock's crying appearance. Families, in particular, will find the hike enjoyable, with the possibility of spotting a waterfall flowing into a clear pool below the weeping rock. Accessing the trailhead involves driving north on I-15 from St George, then following specific directions onto UT-17 and UT-9, and finally taking a shuttle up the Floor of the Valley Road, as private vehicles are restricted due to traffic congestion in the narrow canyon from April through November.

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Hikes • Scenic