Pa’rus Paradise

Running in Zion National Park is a blissful experience.  Three plus miles were over with in a snap as naked feet followed the Pa’rus trail.  Only tough part was the lava cindered path at the first of the trail..
From a Paiute word meaning, “bubbling, tumbling water,” the Pa’rus Trail is a fun, paved trail that follows the Virgin River through lower Zion Canyon, on its way north from the park entrance. There are 4 bridges that criss cross the Virgin River.  Winter time brings solitude and clear water.

Ran along the Virgin River again today, only a little closer to home.  Took the South trail under Man-O-War bridge (dirt, sand and rocks) to Sun River, then back along Pioneer Rd., Man-O-War, and home.  Feet feel great, body feels better, spirit soared…another day in paradise.

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