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Johnson Peak
Zion National Park

Tim Barnhart approaching Johnson Peak at the gateway of Zion National Park, Utah.  Johnson Peak provides great views over the town of Springdale.

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Tags: zion; canyoneering; canyon; jon jasper; utah; hiking; viewpoint; scenic; overlook; nature; national park; outdoors; johnson; peak; high point; mountain; springdale
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