We're going to be in Zion in early April for a couple of days. As much as we'd love to spend 48 hours crawling all over the park, our situation doesn't quite allow us to do the things we used to do any more as my partner was diagnosed with MS a few years ago. Given she now has limited energy and balance, I'd love to find a hike that gives us as much bang for our buck as I can. Angels Landing would have been ideal a few years ago, but just not an option now. I thought maybe Riverside Walk would be an option, or maybe Canyon Overlook Trail..but wanted to see if there are other options that offer great views that might fit the bill. I wondered if doing part of Observation Point would be worth it - or if we'd be better off spending our energy elsewhere?
Anyone have any suggestions?