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This area of the park is named after the coyote spirit, worshiped by the Paiute Indians. The Temple of Sinawava is located at the end of the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive, and it marks the entrance to the Riverside Walk. Within the temple there are two interesting formations found on the south side of the river, known as the Altar and the Pulpit. Shortly after the trailhead there is a towering waterfall fed by Cabin Spring, but it may be absent depending on seasonal conditions.

Clear water and colorful leaves - Zion National Park
Radiant light - Zion National Park
Autumn - Zion National Park
The Temple of Sinawava in Autumn - Zion National Park
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