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Zion National Park's beauty calls visitors back. There's a trail for every age and skill level at Zion National Park. Each hike offers amazing scenery and views. You will be in awe at every turn. The rock formations and mountains are just enormous. While you may think that driving around the park is enough, the hikes around the park will up the level of your visit. The park offers so many great hikes at different levels; some easy, some dangerous. Some very popular hikes includes: Angel's landing, Emerald Pools, and the Narrows.


Weather and Climate

Which Season is Best?

Spring and fall have the more moderate weather and might be the best time to visit Zion. April and May and September and October are usually warm and sunny with highs between 60 and 90 degrees on average. However, expect occasional cool and even rainy spells during these months.




You will find Seven trails with round-trip times of half an hour. You will also find some longer trails.


Hiking up into the Narrows from the Temple of Sinawava is popular in summer and fall. 

Find more info at this link.

Zion National Park

Zion National Park

Zion National Park is located in Southwestern Utah near the town of Springdale. Zion is a little over 200 square miles of park. Zion Canyon is roughly 15 miles long and up to 2,640 ft deep. The canyon walls are made up of Navajo Sandstone eroded by the North Fork of the Virgin River. The colors are beautiful-reddish and tan-colored. The highest peak is 8,726 ft.


You will find a large plant and animal diversity. There are over 280 species of birds, 7 mammals, and 32 different reptiles that inhabit the park.  Zion National Park includes mountains, canyons, buttes, mesas, monoliths, rivers, slot canyons, and natural arches. 


Tip for National Parks

 Purchase a National Park Pass. It will save you money on this tour! Passes can be purchased at any park. 

The Canyon

How do I tour Zion Canyon

How do I tour Zion Canyon? 

Here are some great Websites to check out:

National Parks.Org

The Points Guide

The Narrows

Zion National Park

The Narrows are something to research. Hiking in The Narrows to Big Spring does not require a permit. While hiking the narrows you will see some of the most spectacular and narrowest parts of this beautiful canyon.

Here are Some Great Sites to Research:

The Narrows

Visit Utah

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