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We arrived at Zion mid-afternoon, which was later than planned due to a flight delay into Vegas. The internal bus shuttle service from the Visitor Center is excellent, leaving every few minutes, and providing drop-offs and pick-ups at various locations. The park is a gem,...More
Hop on hop off. Stops at all the good spots for photo opportunities. Free. Better to stay in Springdale as the free hop on hop off bus runs along the Main Street and takes you to the free bus which takes you into the national...More
The ride was a bit daunting initially if you're someone who has never ridden, but after a few minutes of getting your head around how to horse you'll have a ball. The ride takes you up on a narrow trail that shows some of the...More
What a beautiful national park! Then again, are any of them bad? I found this to be on of the cleanest national parks I've ever been too. A LOT cleaner than Yosemite for sure! The restrooms were a lot cleaner, the trails better maintained, and...More
My husband and I were recently in southern Utah and spent a day and a half at Zion National Park. We were very impressed with the shuttle system (free!) and the ease with which we were able to "hit the highlights" of the park. Everything...More
Hiking through the river to the Narrows is amazing. The four of us had a fantastic day. It is worth renting water hiking boots if you are making a day of it. We hiked 6 hours round trip and the shoes prevented twisted ankles. Our...More
If u are planning a trip across USA west coast its necesseary to visit this national park as well. It doesnt matter that its popularity is not as big as for example Grand canyon...but you are gonna be very surprised. Heavy breathing.