We were in Zion for 6 days and did 6 canyons. Here is a summary of them all. Day 1 - Birch Hollow: Bone Dry, all anchors in good shape. Ran in to a couple that didn't have enough rope. Seems to be a common occurrence in Birch. Helped them out and then used the WWH exit. Steep hike but the trail is well defined and I preferred it over the slog up Orderville. Day 2 - Telephone: Bone Dry, a couple of the bolts are about a quarter inch pulled out of the rock but seemed to be secure, all webbing in good shape. People have piled a bunch of smaller rocks on top of the large rock at the first rappel and there is 4 different pieces of webbing around the rock. I don't know if all of that was necessary. 3 of the 4 pieces of webbing looked to be in good shape. Day 3 - Mystery: Finally got a permit for mystery. Awesome canyon. Everything in good shape. Dry until the spring. Day 4 - Mystery again: As luck would have it we got a permit for both days that we applied, and since it was supposed to be an off day anyway we figured mystery is easy enough to do it again and count it as an off day. I was able to avoid the first swimmer at the bottom of the 110' rap by climbing to the RDC of the pool on small handholds. Its probably a 5.10 maneuver and pretty sketch cause you have to feel out rope and if you slip you are going to swing back into the wall, hard. Plus you will be getting wet a few minutes after anyway. Day 5 - Pipe Spring: It was our 3rd time doing pipe string and the first time we have seen water flowing in it. I am guessing the water comes from the pipe spring which wasn't capped. Anyone know? I thought it was supposed to be capped because it got contaminated. Otherwise I don't know where the flowing water would have come from...? Otherwise all anchors in good shape. Day 6 - Lodge: Bone dry, all anchors in good shape and extended properly. I added webbing around a chockstone half way down the 2nd rappel because our rope kept getting stuck on the pull. We noticed once we finished the last rappel that there is a rope coming down the 360'+ watercourse exit. Looked like someone rapped it, and then got their ropes stuck on the pull. The rope was cut like 15 feet up from the ground but still looked like 500+ feet of rope hanging there. I didn't think anyone actually rapped down the watercourse. Hmmmm. If anyone goes through soon maybe grab those ropes, they are probably visible from the road. Overall a great trip and we had a blast. The last rap out of Lodge is amazing and highly recommended.