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The east side of Zion is at a much higher elevation than Zion Canyon, and the terrain is remarkably different. While the list of official attractions is short, there are a great many things to see and do on the east side of the park. Most of the area is covered in slickrock, and you can go off trail without damaging the area around you. Having said that, please keep in mind that the park specifically warns visitors not to trample on cryptobiotic soil. There's a display in the Visitor Center that helps you learn what to look out for.

White cliffs near Checkerboard Mesa - Zion National Park
White cliffs west of Progeny Peak - Zion National Park
A blind arch - Zion National Park
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