Zion National Park
Three Patriarchs at Zion National Park, Utah
Three Patriarchs at Zion National Park, Utah

Zion National Park Tours and Tickets

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Carved over time by the Virgin River, Zion National Park is a remarkable 148,000-acre (59,900-hectare) stretch of white, pink, and red rock formations in southern Utah's canyon country. The state's first national park draws hikers, birders, and nature lovers with its slot canyon walls and its diversity of wildlife.

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Sally_B, Nov 2023
Bryce Canyon was awesome - my favorite
Bryce Canyon , Zion National Park. Awesome trip. Well worth the long day. Jimmy Vegas was very entertaining as well as informative. “Fake it til you make it” 😆.
William_H, Oct 2023
A Fantastic Way to See Zion NP - take a helicopter!
The knowledge about Zion National Park that our piolet possessed was amazing.. He made the trip come alive!
Ralph_G, Oct 2023
Valley of Fire and Zion National Park
Zion National Park is beautiful. My guide showed us the highlights and took us wherever we wanted to go in the parks.
Cindy_J, Nov 2023
Amazing sites and great experience!
Candace and Hunter were wonderful to work with. They took us to various sites in the Kolob Terrace/ Zion National Park. Being from the area they had many stories to share and knew the places we should see. They bought us some fresh fruit from the area and provided us with water and snacks. We had an enjoyable experience and would highly recommend the trip to anyone in the area!
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Q:How many days do you need for Zion National Park?
A:Ideally, visitors should set aside three days to explore Zion National Park. This is ample time to hike, tour on Zion Canyon Scenic Drive, and try horseback riding, biking, or canyoneering. In addition to the main section of the park, visitors can also explore the separate Kolob Canyons.
Q:Is there a tour of Zion National Park?
A:There are options available for tours inside Zion National Park and just outside its boundaries. Both private and group tours are offered for a range of activities, including biking, hiking, canyoneering, off-road adventures, helicopter rides, and horseback riding. The park also offers ranger-led tours and programs through its visitor centers.
Q:What is the best way to see Zion National Park?
A:Start at the visitor center to orient yourself and take the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive. Take some hikes to see various points of interest up close. From late spring to fall, the park runs a shuttle system, making horseback riding or bicycling a great way to beat the lines.
Q:Do I need a reservation to enter Zion National Park?
A:No. Reservations are not required to enter Zion National Park, but visitors must pay the National Park fee or have a pass to enter. While the park is open to explore, permits may be needed for overnight backpacking, hiking Angels Landing, and for some technical activities, such as canyoneering.
Q:When should you not go to Zion National Park?
A:To avoid crowds, skip Zion in June and July, when the park hosts more than 500,000 visitors monthly. The winter months of December–February see fewer than 150,000 monthly visitors, but there's the possibility of snow, cold nights, and limited access. Spring and fall, however, are good bets.
Q:What is so special about Zion National Park?
A:Zion National Park remains one of America's most beloved wilderness areas thanks to its unique geology, red rock scenery, and opportunities for outdoor adventure. This includes well-known hikes, such as the Narrows River and Angels Landing (reservation required), as well as biking, canyoneering, rock climbing, and horseback riding.