SOUTHERN UTAH (ABC4) – Park officials have reopened the popular trailhead.
On March 28, Zion National Park states that the Angel’s Landing Trail is now open.
“The chain section of Angels Landing trail is open for now. Trail crews may need to do some more work later in the week,” they state.
ORIGINAL STORY: Zion National Park trail closure
SATURDAY 03/27/21 8:38 p.m.
SOUTHERN UTAH (ABC4) – National Park officials announce the closure of a popular trailhead Sunday.
On March 27, Zion National Park states they will be temporarily closing the Angel’s Landing Trail due to hazardous conditions.
“Angels Landing Trail will be closed beyond Scout Lookout on Sunday, 3/28 due to hazardous conditions,” writes the team in a Twitter post.
According to officials, despite that section of the trailhead being closed, the West Rim Trail remains open.
It is unknown at this time, when the trail will be reopened to the public.
“We will advise when the trail reopens,” the park adds.
ABC4 will update as more develops.