Climbing Up the Chains on Angels Landing

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In this video, Theresa is climbing up to the top Angel’s Landing in Zion National Park.  Angel’s Landing is a knife-blade of rock that towers 1200 feet above the Virgin River.  The last half-mile of the Angel’s Landing Trail is treacherous, with narrow paths and sheer thousand-foot drop-offs.  Chains are mounted into the rock to help keep climbers from plunging off the mountain.

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