The Question: Get outside and into the water at one of the country’s secret swimming holes that we uncovered. Which natural spot is incorrectly described?
Mooney Falls: accessible only by crawling through two tunnels and then climbing down a sheer cliff face
Aztec Falls: high cliffs and deep waters, offering jumps of 20, 40 and 60 feet
Beaver Falls: a free-falling fantasy in Zion National Park that offers 40-foot cliffs
Sliding Rock: 60 feet of flattened rock that makes a natural waterslide
Answer: The correct answer is Beaver Falls: a free-falling fantasy in Zion National Park that offers 40-foot cliffs.