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Zion National Park

State Rte. 9, Springdale, Utah 84767 USA

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“where the ancients walked”

Follow the paths where ancient native people and pioneers walked. Gaze up at massive sandstone cliffs of cream, pink, and red that soar into a brilliant blue sky. Challenge your courage in a narrow slot canyon. Zion National Park's unique array of plants and animals will enchant you as you absorb the rich history of the past and enjoy the excitement of present day adventures.

Almost 12,000 years ago Zion's first peoples, who are now almost invisible, tracked mammoth, giant sloth, and camel across southern Utah. Due to climate change and overhunting these animals died out about 8,000 years ago. Humans adapted by focusing on mid-sized animals and gathered foods. As resources dwindled 2,600 years ago, people tuned lifeways to the specifics of place. Such a culture, centered on Zion, differentiated over the next 1,500 years into a farming tradition archeologists call Virgin Anasazi.

Zion's geology provided these and later pioneer farmers a combination rare in the desert: a wide, level place to grow food, a river to water it, and an adequate growing season. On the Colorado Plateau crops grow best between 5,000 and 7,000 feet, making Zion's elevations -- 3,666 to 8,726 feet -- almost ideal. Differences in elevation also encourage diverse plants and animals; mule deer and turkey wander forested plateaus; bighorn sheep and juniper prosper in canyons.

Those walking the slot canyon are advised to beware of flash flooding, which can completely submerge the canyon in a matter of minutes, leaving those inside without an escape.

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Reviewed by
jessica.cormier.16

  • 9 Reviews
  • 43 Helpful
July 5, 2014

Heaven on Earth! Too many great things to say about this place. Hands down best national park in the lower 48. Downtown Springdale, UT has great little restaurants/bars and stores to get all your camping/tubing/river exploring needs taken care of are all nearby. Check in with ranger station to check weather before going out to explore Zion. Don't want to be anywhere miles out and have a thunderstorm come rolling through followed by flash flooding especially the river. Thunderstorms there are like none I had ever seen before. You have to do the Virgin River hike. Get the river boots, walking sticks and figure out a way to keep your camera waterproofed (be creative). My teenage daughter thought I was nuts the first time we set out to do this hike - moaned and groaned all the way down to the river. That stopped about 30 minutes into the hike. Now it's a disappointment if we don't go to Zion yearly and do the hike and lay on the ground for hours star gazing (they look like you could reach out and grab them). Stay hydrated! Best picture I have is of my daughter waist deep in water, dirty, sweaty and exhausted surrounded by the sheer beauty of the canyon/river. It's the smile on her face and the thumbs up that speak volumes. Best hike we have done. Each time we've done it it's been just as exciting as the first time and we see something different each time. I would live there if given the opportunity.

27 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
TippyTipster

  • 18 Reviews
  • 19 Helpful
July 7, 2015

Easily my favorite place in the world. Take the beautiful views of the Grand Canyon, the accessibility of Bryce Canyon, and slap them together. You have Zion, the most unique and wonderful place I have ever been.

Camping here is great, but hot, so keep that in mind when you come down. Full hook-ups are available, but you will need to book in advance.

Use caution when hiking in the slot canyons, and flash floods can come at any time (even when there are clear skies, as storms up river can cause them).

Things may seem crowded at first, but the farther along trails you hike, the more alone you will be. Walk through the towering sandstone cliffs and listen to the beautiful calls of the Canyon Wren as you enjoy this incredible marvel of a place.

Some of the trails you don't want to miss, and a short description:

The Narrows: There are two ways to hike the narrows, either top down (which requires either two cars, or a shuttle to take you up early in the morning) or bottom-up. Most folks opt to take River Walk (bottom-up), which begins paved, but will eventually lead you into the river, at which point you hike in/along the river for as far as you like. If you want to go top-down, you will need to obtain a back-country permit. Widely considered one of the best hikes in the world.

Angel's Landing: One of the most Iconic images of Zion, Angel's landing is not a hike for those who are afraid of heights. With narrow ledges and sheer cliffs, you are given only a chain to use as you travel along the trail to the peak of Angel's Landing. But the reward when you get there is one of the best views of the canyon that you will see.

Hidden Canyon: One of the most beautiful hikes in Zion, in my opinion. Similar to Angle's landing, you will be using chains next to a steep cliff, though the distance you are doing this is much shorter. Hidden Canyon offers solitude like no other trail in Zion (if you travel far enough in). If you want to go beyond the normal trail and continue following the wash, you will be doing some small amounts of rock scrambling.

The Subway: Absolutely stunning hike in western Zion, which requires a back country permit. Formations unlike any you will see anyone else. Requires some rappelling to complete the whole trail.

These are only some of the many incredible hikes in Zion, and none of them will disappoint. Please be safe and bring LOTS of water. In the summer time, temperatures in Zion easily break 100 degrees. Luckily, the shade of the canyons offers some respite from the heat. A must-visit park for anyone.

8 people found this review helpful

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Aimee DeGroat

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  • 18 Helpful
August 12, 2014

Just spectacular! We got up early to catch the 6am shuttle to the observation point hike. It was well worth it to beat the crowds and the heat (it was in the triple digits later on!). Observation hike actually looks down on angels landing but the hike itself is not as scary. It's close to 10 miles round trip but the last mile up is easier And coming down is quick. We stopped by the weeping wall after, it was neat and easy so there were more people. Later in the afternoon we hiked the emerald pools, they were nice but did not compare to observation point and they were crowded with people.

6 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Sarah Parent

  • 87 Reviews
  • 47 Helpful
August 31, 2014

An auto tour in Zion National Park is a must-do. The fabulous vistas and the easy access to short hikes will keep you occupied for as long as you like.

5 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Tatiana Danger

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July 5, 2014

Definitely take the Angels Landing hike. It's breathtaking. There's also a great shuttle service that's now running that takes you to loads of trailheads. Does get pretty crowded in summer. Camping fills up pretty quickly, so you wanna book that early. The Subway hike is a little strenuous but worth it for the unbelievable photo-op you get at the end. Some hikes do require permits, so check that out before you go.

7 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
mallorylance

  • 3 Reviews
  • 7 Helpful
June 20, 2014

This is one of the most stunning sights in America, pictures and video cannot do it justice. The vibrant red of the rocks and windy roads thorough monolithic natural rock formations are a must-see while you're in the Southwest.

5 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Dan

  • 7 Reviews
  • 11 Helpful
January 31, 2014

This is the most amazing place in the lower 48. An absolute must go to, even if it's a few hundred miles out of your way.

5 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
AustinH.

  • Photographer
  • 6 Reviews
  • 10 Helpful
October 23, 2014

This was one of the most stunning places I have ever been to. A must visit for any outdoor lover. It's a landscape photographer's candy land!

4 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Einatyuval

  • 14 Reviews
  • 25 Helpful
October 10, 2014

I can't point on the reason, but that's one of the first times I was shocked from the amazing views, and I visited many of the famous national parks in the U.S. go to the narrows and walk in the water. yes, you will get wet, but it feels like a great achievement and lots of fun. go to the emerald pools too. you don't have to get to the top.

4 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
cemsen

  • 11 Reviews
  • 16 Helpful
October 2, 2014

The park is great - park in Springdale town, then free shuttle buses pickup all along the main street taking you to the vistor centre and park entrance. Pay for your entry - KEEP THE TICKET WITH YOU. More free shuttle buses run around the park taking you to the major sights,
'The Narrows' hike is a must!

4 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
JAC2848

  • 39 Reviews
  • 12 Helpful
September 17, 2014

As much as I loved the Grand Canyon, I have to say I loved Zion better. We were on a time table so we weren't able to get out and hike much, but Oh. My. Gosh!! the views are unbelievably beautiful!! My BF and I already planning on coming out and spending minimum 3 days to get some hiking in.
While we were doing our drive through, we were able to see some desert big horn sheep.

4 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Joshua Smibert

  • Road Warrior
  • 119 Reviews
  • 163 Helpful
August 31, 2014

One of Americas most unrecognized but most stunning national parks - Zion's is so close to St George that you can pop in and out for a visit in an afternoon. The drive through the park I alone will blow your mind, and each of the relatively quick hikes really take it to the next level. A must visit!

4 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Cody

  • 5 Reviews
  • 8 Helpful
August 16, 2014

Zion is truly one of the most beautiful places on earth. It grabs you from the moment you enter the park and its memories will stick with you for years. As a few others have mentioned, Angels Landing is an incredible hike, but it is only for the sure-footed and not for the faint of heart, as it is definitely dangerous and should not be underestimated.

4 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Iltt313

  • 1 Review
  • 4 Helpful
July 15, 2014

We went to a lot of the National Parks around here and Zion is by far my favorite! It is just spectacular! At so many others, you're at the top looking down, here you're down by the river. You can hike by it, in it. You are completely surrounded by the beauty of nature.

4 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Shari Robertson

  • 2 Reviews
  • 5 Helpful
July 10, 2014

Stunning but also a record breaking 104 degrees for me! If you plan on camping in Zion National Park bring a lot of water!! Many of the restaurants are outside but there is a refreshing riverside two mile hike and you can take a dip in the river throughout the canyon. Beautiful place to visit.

4 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
cassidyverde

  • 14 Reviews
  • 5 Helpful
August 18, 2015

A MUST SEE. Zion is truly an awe-inspiring, incredible park. High, red rock canyons like nothing I've ever seen. If you don't get out to the trails early, it tends to get pretty busy and feels a little Disneyland-ish if you're more used to hikes where you're totally alone for miles. Nevertheless, 100% worth stopping at for at least a few hours. If you're not afraid of heights, do Angels Landing!

3 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
JAckles14

  • 9 Reviews
  • 6 Helpful
August 11, 2015

I cannot describe how much I love this park! The main road through the park is one scenic view after another but, believe me, it would be a mistake to just drive through. There are so many opportunities for amazing hiking experiences including The Narrows, a slot canyon that follows the Virgin River, and Angels Landing, a challenging chain guided almost vertical climb. There is also plenty of wildlife to see and so many other beautiful views. Keep in mind, this is a popular park so it can be very crowded in the summer season and parking can be an issue. Many of the park's best and most loved sites can only be seen off the main road anyway, by using the park's bus system. If you are only visiting for the day, there are spots to park outside of the park entrances where the bus will pick you up. There are also bus stops at the campground and visitor center. If you want to camp, you will need to arrive early as the sites fill fast. Also, don't bypass the surrounding towns as they are very unique, offering so much in the way of local culture and art.

3 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Gabriel Michael

  • 10 Reviews
  • 8 Helpful
August 2, 2015

Amazing place. the beauty of this park... I could spend a lot of time here very easily! it's a must see! the color and shapes of the stone, will leave you in awe. I really like the shuttle system as well. it was very easy to use and very timely. I never had to worry about parking or traffic, it was great! many of the sites were only a small walk from the shuttle stops as well.

3 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
AmandaMcAfee

  • 21 Reviews
  • 7 Helpful
July 3, 2015

We loved everything we did here. The park is simply spectacular and absolutely breathtaking. If you're adventurous the Angels' Landing hike and The Narrows hike are not to be missed.

Get up early to catch the first shuttle at 6am for both hikes. This way you'll miss the crowds and avoid strenuous hiking in the heat. I reviewed Angels' Landing on the Roadtripper page I found for it, so I'll only give feedback on The Narrows here. With a permit, you can take the two day hike down the canyon into The Narrows. We did the day trip up which can be as long as you want it to be. Definitely go as far as "Wallstreet" which provides the most breathtaking views of the canyon. It's about a six mile hike round trip. If you're feeling extra adventurous, do what we did and hike a few miles further to Big Springs. The springs are beautiful, rushing over several boulders in the cliff side. This was supposed to be a 10 mile hike round trip, but with the number of times we crossed the river, it ended up being about 13. Be sure to have a walking stick or trekking poles as you are walking mostly in the river. The extra stability really helps. We also wore water socks and shoes for warmer feet. You will get wet and more so depending on the time of year. The water was mostly ankle to knee deep with one spot that was chest deep. Overall one of the most scenic and beautiful hikes I've ever done.

3 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Stephen Rees

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  • 274 Reviews
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September 3, 2014

Zion is stunningly beautiful and full of surprises. But the best thing I can recommend is the Angel's Landing hike, which may be my favorite hike ever. It's intense and I wouldn't go if you have bad fear of heights, but the view from the top, looking down a sheer dropoff over the entire valley, is just astounding.

3 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Dmcdonald9

  • 3 Reviews
  • 8 Helpful
April 29, 2014

Unbelievably beautiful

4 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
JakeMerten

  • 1 Review
  • 4 Helpful
December 21, 2013

Best National Park in the nation.

4 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
zoejax726

  • 2 Reviews
  • 2 Helpful
June 28, 2015

This place is beautiful. However, to get throughout the entire park you have to ride the shuttles. So, do not think you will be able to drive personally.

2 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
cemsen

  • 11 Reviews
  • 16 Helpful
October 18, 2014

Absolutely beautiful. The Narrows walk\hike is amazing fun. You'll take hundreds of photos.

2 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
james

  • 7 Reviews
  • 11 Helpful
August 16, 2014

Get up early for the first tram the narrows was so much fun

2 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Dmcdonald9

  • 3 Reviews
  • 8 Helpful
April 29, 2014

Check it OUT!!!!!!

3 people found this review helpful

Reviewed by
pamomlilly

  • 28 Reviews
  • 11 Helpful
January 3, 2016

The view, the tunnel, big horn sheep, would come back for sure.

1 person found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Beth

  • 28 Reviews
  • 11 Helpful
November 22, 2015

Zion National Park is full of OMG!!! views. This is the best national park we have been to. After reading all the reviews, we were a bit worried. We are not hikers. Matter of fact, we have very bad knees and walking can be hard for us. But the park was great. There are shuttles which will take you to eight different stops. At the stops, you can take photos and get back on the next shuttle. There are couple places you can walk for a short walk and still get to see something great. We saw deer on the side of the road. Great park. GO!!!

1 person found this review helpful

Reviewed by
E. B.

  • 18 Reviews
  • 7 Helpful
October 17, 2015

For the short time I was there it was absolutely amazing and I can't wait to go back and explore some more!

1 person found this review helpful
  • 5 Reviews
  • 2 Helpful
September 23, 2015

I wasn't too impressed until I went to The Narrows. But if you're physically able the view from Angel's Landing is pretty great. It's more about the experience of climbing up the mountain though. One of the craziest experience I've ever had.

1 person found this review helpful

Reviewed by
ErinBayless

  • 1 Review
  • 1 Helpful
September 17, 2015

There is a lot of diverse landscape to see here. My two favorite day hikes so far are Angel's Landing and Hidden Canyon.

1 person found this review helpful

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Go Explore Texas!

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  • 26 Reviews
  • 13 Helpful
May 13, 2015

One of my favorite National Parks. Stunning scenery, amazing hikes and unbelievable sights. I hope to come back soon and continue exploring this fantastic park. BTW...you'll love the tunnel you drive through!

1 person found this review helpful

Reviewed by
nate.crawford.7

  • 1 Review
  • 1 Helpful
March 31, 2015

Lived here my whole life and I've never found a more beautiful place.

1 person found this review helpful

Reviewed by
Benjamin

  • 6 Reviews
  • 3 Helpful
January 6, 2015

One of the most amazing places I've seen in my life.

1 person found this review helpful

Reviewed by
BryanCera

  • 1 Review
  • 0 Helpful
November 6, 2016

AWESOME PLACE.

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Reviewed by
KhrystsinaW

  • 8 Reviews
  • 0 Helpful
August 21, 2016

Visit The Narrows, even if you decide not to go all the way. Bring water shoes, or you can rent them. Unbelievable experience!

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Reviewed by
robyne

  • 1 Review
  • 0 Helpful
August 12, 2016

One of my most favorite National Parks. Opportunities for all levels of hikers. The Lodge is great fun (food perhaps only ok but there is nothing quite like soft serve at 2pm on a hot summer day). Tree in front of the Lodge is the best recovery spot. The ground is actual quite cool due to the underground spring

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Gigi Ho

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July 10, 2016

I don't and cannot possibly have the words to describe the beauty of Zion. Just come and experience it for yourself. You must.

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Tabitha

  • 4 Reviews
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July 6, 2016

A must see. So beautiful.

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kckmullen

  • 30 Reviews
  • 11 Helpful
June 17, 2016

This park sounds amazing by reading the reviews. People just need to be aware that there is really no scenic drive option. You either have to hike everywhere or take the shuttles. We entered the east entrance and when we got to the shuttle parking it was full by 9am. So unless you want to drive around hoping to find a parking spot there really doesnt seem to be another option. Also, the line for the shuttle was at least 100 people deep. We have been to the Arches, Bryce, and the Grand Canyon in the spring and didnt have these problems. I guess we'll have to try again during the off season

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kyrstynnicole

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  • 0 Helpful
June 14, 2016

I loved this place! I wish I could have spent more and more time here! Because there are just so many wonders to this beautiful park! They had a free bus which would take you to popular destinations within the park, and stations to refill your water bottle at every destination. 10/10 would visit again!

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RachelJohnsonDissell

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April 11, 2016

Wished the park provided a better scenic drive option. We didn't realize you either have to hike it on foot or take shuttle buses to see most of the park. My husband is disabled so we planned to just do a scenic drive through to take in the sites and get some pictures. The short drive that was available was nice, but over too soon and really didn't get into the heart of the park from what I could see on the maps provided at the entrance. We did get to see some mountain goats though, which was fun.

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Tatiana Danger

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March 27, 2016

Just when you think Utah can't get any gorgeous, you finally reach Zion National Park, and you'll probably have your mind blown by the beauty of this wild state all over again. Whether you're climbing to the top of the famed Angels Landing, or your taking your adventure down below and hiking through the slot canyon known as The Subway, this is one of America's most striking parks.

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SandyMaldi

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March 27, 2016

Beautiful place!! There's soooo many hikes and views, it would take forever to complete them all. No matter which hike or hikes, they are all worth every step of the way.

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FrancoisMesnil

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August 10, 2015

Can't leave it!!!

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TippyTipster

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June 6, 2015

Easily my favorite national park. Accessible, yet remote. Plenty of freedom and breathtaking scenery here.

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teresadeadwyler.brugh

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May 25, 2015

Beautiful so pretty

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zach.wilbern

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May 4, 2015

Best National Park in Utah!!! Be sure to hike the narrows, my kids loved it until it got too deep.

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aimee12

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January 5, 2015

Love this place. It's breathtaking can't wait to go back!

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Zion National Park

State Rte. 9
Springdale, Utah
84767 USA

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