But we made it to Zion National Park, which is ridiculously gorgeous and, because it’s spring break, ridiculously crowded. Being no smarter than other people, we opted for its most popular hike, Angels Landing. It’s about 5 miles roundtrip, with 1,500 feet of elevation gain, and it has spectacular views. It’s not really dangerous unless you let go of the heavy chain bolted into the rock for the last half mile or so leading up a knife-edge ridge to the top. Six people have died on it since 2004. It’s actually surprising that it’s that low.