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First time we drove through Zion, we fell in love. But I had broke my foot that week on business trip and couldn’t do any walking. Second time, husband had foot surgery that summer (2018) so he could not hike. I did a short, easy...More
Wow! Well coordinated shuttle program with very knowledgeable drivers. Huge variety of trail challenges from flat to challenging. Water refill stations throughout and views that will you say "wow", over and over again
In my opinion this is the most beautiful of the Utah national parks. There is a free shuttle from the town of Springdale, just south of the park, which takes you to the park entrance. From there the National Park Service has a free shuttle...More
Zion National Park is not a huge park but the scenery is spectacular. There are many hiking trails at different difficulty levels - ranging from very easy to fairly difficult. The shuttles are great to reach various parts of the park.
The natural beauty in this park is amazing but unfortunately it gets way to many visitors resulting in long lines to get through the entrance and onto the park shuttle. There are also lines to start the trail to popular hikes like Angels landing.
Great park for all ages.
The bus and shuttle system is great.
The hikes are some of the best I’ve seen and done. We had 3 days of fantastic weather and even the teenagers had fun with some pool time in between.
Angels Landing was...More
This is one of the most beautiful Nat'l Park we are lucky to have in the US. Its got something for everyone. Long hikes for those that enjoy hiking and short hikes to see some good points. We opted to do Angel's Landing while we...More
Most of hre canyons of the west are viewed from the rim looking down, but in Zion you are driving on the floor on the canyon looking up. The native peoples call it "straight up land" and it is. Majestic formations rise above the Virgin...More
We only stayed for 2 days, and there are several hikes, and scenic opportunities we missed due to our short stay. Very internationaly diverse visitors in this park. If you stay in the park, you won't have access to the town, so we recommend staying...More
As long as the shuttle bus service is running, the main road is not open to other vehicles in many areas. If you drive and park at the visitor center, be sure to ask them which roads are open to non-shuttle bus traffic.There... More
As long as the shuttle bus service is running, the main road is not open to other vehicles in many areas. If you drive and park at the visitor center, be sure to ask them which roads are open to non-shuttle bus traffic.There is a restaurant at the entrance to the park, but it is mediocre. There are many better eating establishments in the town of Springdale.