Weeping Rock is a bit steep in some areas. Still, the climb is short, easy, and the payoff is significant, leading to an unusual overhang that seemingly "weeps!" The crying rock face even appears to weep in the hot and dry southern Utah summers! The hike is fun for all ages and, if you have kids, they'll be fascinated by the rock that cries! You may even have a chance to see the waterfall which runs into the clear pool of water below the weeping rock. This trail is paved and is stroller accessible the entire way. It's a short hike at 0.5 miles but a memorable one for you and your family but not the family pet. To get to the trailhead from St George, head north on I-15 for nearly 18 miles, then take exit 27 to Toquerville. On UT-17 turn right and follow the road for 6 miles. Turn left onto UT-9 and at approximately 20 miles, you'll arrive at the park entrance. Take the shuttle up the Floor of the Valley Road for 4 miles until you reach the trailhead which will be on the right. Due to traffic congestion in this narrow canyon, this road is closed to private vehicles from April through November. Visitors must use shuttle buses.