There are many ways parents try to infuse Easter with meaning. This Easter walk is a physical way to experience what it is truly about.
In Alpine, Utah there is a short pathway, tucked inside a quiet neighborhood, on a small patch of farm land. It’s called the Easter Walk.
It was created to provide an opportunity to reflect on the meaning of Easter in a peaceful and unique way. Along this self-guided walk, you’ll see a replica of Christ’s tomb, with the stone rolled away; there are wooden crosses that line the path, too.
It’s a short distance and said to be good for all ages. It is requested that visitors be reverent and speak in whispers to allow everyone to feel the significance of the event.
For more information visit: www.alpineeasterwalk.com.
Utah Easter Walk
1232 Eastview Lane
Park on the city streets. Enter the farm from the intersection of Eastview Lane and Watkins Circle.
DATES AND TIMES:
April 14th – April 18th
10am to dusk