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Zion National Park

Zion National Park

435-772-3256 •

See website for entrance fees.

We highly recommend stopping at Zion National Park if you’re driving west from Moab or the Monticello area.

The park protects a series of incredible rock formations and high sandstone cliffs, and is a favorite spot for hiking, backpacking, canyoneering, and climbing. Visitors can walk on the canyon floor and look up at soaring red and white cliffs. The park also holds more delicate beauties: weeping rocks, tiny grottos, hanging gardens, and meadows of mesa-top wildflowers.

The Zion Canyon Visitor Center, located near the park’s south entrance, is open 8am-5pm (closed certain holidays).

This is a busy park during the peak season of mid-March to late November.  A free shuttle service runs up the Zion Scenic Drive. Personal cars can be driven on Utah Hwy 9 throughout the year and also in the Kolob Canyons area of the park. Check the website for hiking and backpacking permits.

If you want to hike Angels Landing, you will need a permit. See the park’s website for details.

The 1.1-mile Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel was completed in 1930 and was built to create direct access to Bryce Canyon and the Grand Canyon from Zion. 


The park has three campgrounds and several private campgrounds are a short drive from the park. Visit the website for complete camping information. 


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