After you! Sensational seeking couple takes us on a tour through Utah & # 39; s insidious Zion National Park

The thrill-seeking pair uses drones and GoPro to take viewers on a trip along the treacherous peaks, but with a beautiful view of the treacherous Utah Zion National Park

  • Stunning images captured by a couple show the breathtaking view of the picturesque but dangerous walks of Utah
  • Justin McFarland and his wife shared the video of them about the Utah & Zion National Park Angel & # 39; s Landing trail
  • The incredible images allow the two to walk along the sandstone ridges surrounded by beautiful scenery
  • Angels Landing is just one track in the region that is more than 270 million years old. The views of the ancient rock layers go back to the Triassic, when this part of the Colorado plateau was at sea level
  • Utah & # 39; s National Parks and Recreation Areas contributed more than $ 1 billion to the state economy last year, according to the National Park Service and more than four million people only visited Zion National Park

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Stunning images captured by a couple looking for adventure show the breathtaking views of the picturesque but dangerous Zion National Park in Utah.

Justin McFarland and his wife Niari Baton-McFarland walked together through Angels Landing on 8 June. They shared the video of them across the path, facing steep slopes and jagged rocks where a mistake could occur be deadly.

Considered by some to be the most terrifying walk in America, the Angels Landing trail winds across uneven rock and has steep slopes of more than 1,000 feet on each side.

Stunning images captured by a couple looking for adventure shows the breathtaking view of Utah Zion National Park

Stunning images captured by a couple looking for adventure shows the breathtaking view of Utah Zion National Park

The incredible images let the two walk along the sandstone ridges surrounded by a beautiful rugged landscape while they climb along other walks on the narrow, rugged terrain

The incredible images let the two walk along the sandstone ridges surrounded by a beautiful rugged landscape while they climb along other walks on the narrow, rugged terrain

The incredible images let the two walk along the sandstone ridges surrounded by a beautiful rugged landscape while they climb along other walks on the narrow, rugged terrain

The incredible images allow the two to walk along the sandstone ridges surrounded by a beautiful rugged landscape as they climb past other hikers on the narrow, rugged terrain.

More than 100 feet away, the two navigate together on the rotating, uneven terrain, stopping to sit down and admire the views before continuing on their epic journey through the gorge.

Trail is only one in the region that is more than 270 million years old. The views of the 270 million-year-old rock strata of Zion Canyon go back to the Triassic, when this part of the Colorado plateau was at sea level.

Justin McFarland and his wife shared the video of them along the path, facing steep slopes and jagged rocks where a slip could kill

Justin McFarland and his wife shared the video of them along the path, facing steep slopes and jagged rocks where a slip could kill

Justin McFarland and his wife shared the video of them along the path, facing steep slopes and jagged rocks where a slip could kill

Angels Landing is just one track in the region that is more than 270 million years old. The views of the 270 million-year-old rock strata of Zion Canyon go back to the Triassic, when this part of the Colorado plateau was a sea basin

Angels Landing is just one track in the region that is more than 270 million years old. The views of the 270 million-year-old rock strata of Zion Canyon go back to the Triassic, when this part of the Colorado plateau was a sea basin

Angels Landing is just one track in the region that is more than 270 million years old. The views of the 270 million-year-old rock strata of Zion Canyon go back to the Triassic, when this part of the Colorado plateau was a sea basin

Utah & # 39; s National Parks and Recreation Areas contributed more than $ 1 billion to the state economy last year, according to the National Park Service and more than four million people only visited Zion National Park

Utah & # 39; s National Parks and Recreation Areas contributed more than $ 1 billion to the state economy last year, according to the National Park Service and more than four million people only visited Zion National Park

Utah & # 39; s National Parks and Recreation Areas contributed more than $ 1 billion to the state economy last year, according to the National Park Service and more than four million people only visited Zion National Park

With only a chain safety rail screwed onto the cliff to hold, the red sandstone walk can be extremely dangerous and demanded the life of a 35-year-old hiker in April this year.

While a 13-year-old girl died when she fell off the trail in February 2018. And a 45-year-old man died after a suspected fall of the trail in March 2017.

Utah & # 39; s national parks and recreational areas contributed more than $ 1 billion to the state economy last year, according to the National Park Service, and more than four million people only visited Zion National Park.

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