Zion National Park

The Narrows

The narrowest section of Zion Canyon in Zion National Park, located on the North Fork of the Virgin River and upstream of the main canyon. It’s one of the most strenuous hikes in the park but very rewarding.

Zion National Park

Temple of Sinawava

The Riverside Walk is a wonderful little hike on a fairly level paved trail that affords great views of the Virgin River and wonderfully lush hanging gardens and trees surrounded by tall weeping walls.

The Temple of Sinawava

Zion National Park

Scenic drive to Bryce

Hwy 9 is the major road providing access to Zion National Park. It winds past the park visitor center and museum, and past many famous Zion landmarks. It provides access to Zion Canyon (accessible by shuttle only during the tourist season) and then goes through the park’s mile-long tunnel. It cuts through the park’s Checkerboard Mesa area and then ends at Hwy 89 at Mt Carmel Junction. (From: https://utah.com/scenic-drive/zion-national-park)

Zion scenic drive

One of the most popular national parks in the US, Zion National Park attracts tourists from all over the world due to its stunning and massive sandstone cliffs of cream, pink, and red colors that can be hundreds of feet height. Stretching more than hundreds of miles, Zion is hard to explored within a day. Do some research before visiting and get the most out of this beautiful national park.

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