Tucked away in Zion Canyon in Zion National Park is a little alcove called Weeping Rock. This dripping alcove is home to many plants that cling to its wet surface. The hike is a short 0.2 mile hike up a paved path full of interpretive signs. The trailhead is easily found at the Weeping Rock Shuttle Stop.
While not the most impressive feature in Zion, it’s worth the side trip if you’re exploring the short hikes along Zion Canyon or if you’re heading up to Hidden Canyon or Observation Point.