Degree of Difficulty: Easy
This is a simple easy trail that is great for grabbing some photos. The Court of the Patriarchs refers to a collection of three towering sandstone peaks in Zion National Park. These majestic monoliths are named after biblical figures: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Each peak stands prominently and commands attention due to its impressive size and juxtaposition of these massive sandstone peaks against the vivid blue sky and lush greenery of Zion National Park.
Abraham: The tallest of the three, Mount Abraham, rises to an elevation of about 6,959 feet.
Isaac: Mount Isaac is slightly shorter than Abraham but still an imposing presence. It stands at an elevation of approximately 6,845 feet.
Jacob: Mount Jacob is the smallest of the trio, yet stunning as any, with an elevation of around 6,785 feet.