"Zion National Park" Zion National Park Things to Do Tip by CoAir13

Zion National Park Things to Do: 286 reviews and 538 photos

  Zion Canyon
by CoAir13
 
 

When you enter, you are on the canyon floor. There are no words to describe the rugged beauty of this place. Hiking is the best way to see it, and there are trails for every level hiker. Heed flash flood warnings (check forecast for rain). It rains fast and hard and many trails are extremely dangerous under such circumstances. When RV-ing, check to see if your vehicle will fit through the tunnels. Bicycles are not allowed to be ridden through tunnels (there is an escort service). Camping is first come first served. I believe there are only three campgrounds and only one is open year round.
I suggest visiting in late fall or early spring. It gets crowded in the summer!

Address: Southwest Utah

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Jan 28, 2004
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