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

Zion National Park

Utah

The basics

While the Grand Canyon may be the most famous natural wonder of the American Southwest, Zion Canyon is a gem all on its own. Opt to see the highlights on a guided Zion National Park tour from Las Vegas or on a multi-canyon getaway that combines a trip to Zion with visits to Bryce Canyon National Park, Monument Valley, and/or the Grand Canyon. Independent travelers can also join limited free programs offered by National Park Service rangers.

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Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park Day Tour with Lunch from Las Vegas
Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park Day Tour with Lunch from Las Vegas
$127.00 per adult
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It was excellent l, also the guide tour. IT’s highly recommended. The views are amazing. The lunch was good too
Ricardo_W, Feb 2024

Things to know before you go

  • There are restaurants, a lodge, and campgrounds inside the park. Additional food and lodging options are available in nearby towns.

  • Many park facilities are wheelchair accessible, including two trails and certain campsites.

  • Internet access is available in the Zion Lodge lobby and at various places in the town of Springdale, including the Zion Canyon Visitor Center.

  • If you have a larger RV, you may need to obtain a permit to drive through the Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel.

  • You can buy Zion National Park tickets at one of the park's three entrances. Admission is free if you have an interagency annual pass (such as the America the Beautiful Pass).

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How to get there

The park is located on Route 9 in Springdale, Utah. By car, Zion is 1 hour from St. George, Utah; 2 hours from Page, Arizona; and 2.5 hours from Las Vegas, Nevada. Zion Canyon Scenic Drive is closed to private vehicles in the summer, but a free and convenient shuttle system connects Springdale and various points throughout the park.

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When to get there

Zion National Park is open 24 hours a day, all year round. However, certain areas close or have reduced hours based on the season or weather conditions. If you're looking to avoid the heat and crowds, visit in late spring or fall. Regardless of the season, expect huge shifts in temperature within the same day, depending on elevation and time.

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Best Zion National Park hikes

While there are over a dozen major hiking trails in the park, a few stand out. The Zion Narrows Gorge allows hikers to walk through the Virgin River between two towering rock walls. Many hikers start at the Temple of Sinawava via the Riverside Walk and then hike upstream before doubling back. 

Another favorite is Angels Landing, an intense 5-mile (8-kilometer) trail that rewards brave hikers with sweeping views of Zion. Emerald Pools Trail serves as a great place to hike alongside multiple waterfalls and glistening pools.

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Frequently Asked Questions
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