The Many Pools trail is an easy hike on the east side of Zion National Park that climbs gradually in elevation as it winds over slickrock, sand and in wet weather, a small stream. The water cascading down the canyon has carved out of the slickrock the many small pools that give the trail its name.
Keep an eye out for wildlife. On this day, we saw big horn sheep as we entered the canyon, though I did not capture them in the 360.
Many panoramas of Zion National Park's trails, views, canyons, and peaks. Zion National Park is known for it large exposure of the Navajo sandstone's steep red walled cliffs and world classic canyons and canyoneering routes.