Search and Rescue Blog

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Every year, park rangers and search and rescue (SAR) personnel respond to approximately 250 emergency incidents in Zion National Park. In an effort to prevent these emergencies, the park will post certain incidents on this blog with the hope that everyone can learn from these experiences.

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Climbers Lost on Mount Kinesava

July 22, 2016 Posted by: Zion National Park

A group of three hikers who were lost on Mount Kinesava. They had run out of water and needed assistance finding the trail off the mountain.

 

Two SAR's in the Emerald Pools Area

April 09, 2016 Posted by: Zion National Park

On Tuesday July 28,2015 there were two calls for the Search and Rescue team in the Emerald Pools Area. One for heat exhaustion and one for a canyon fall.

 

Several Calls for Assistance During Extreme Heat in June.

July 01, 2015 Posted by: Zion National Park

On June 27, 2015 there were several calls for assistance in Zion Canyon. There were three reports in The Narrows and two on the trail to Observation Point. Temperatures reached 108 degrees that day.

 

Last updated: June 30, 2019

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