Zion National Park

Be amazed by the massive sandstone cliffs of this national park. Go canyoning down the Subway, or master your fear of heights on Angels Landing. Whatever activities you're looking to pursue, Zion won't disappoint.

Top Adventures in Zion National Park

  • Hike The Subway - Top-Down

    The Subway (rated 3B III), also known as the Left Fork of the North Creek, is the most popular backcountry hike in Zion. It is one of the most diverse and beautiful canyons, as well as a fun and challenging day trip canyoneering adventure. There ...

    9.5 miles

  • Hike Wildcat Canyon Trail, Zion NP

    This 5.8 mile (one-way) trek is a multi-functional trail. The trail can serve as standalone trail allowing hikers to get in either a solid in-and-out day hike or as a leg to a much bigger and epic Trans-Zion Trek. For those interested in the later...

    5.8 miles

  • Hike the Northgate Peaks Trail

    The only access to the Northgate Peaks Trail is by the Wildcat Canyon Trail, which has a trailhead just off Kolob Terrace Road. From the start of the trail you have a good view of Pine Valley Peak on your right. The trail passes on the left into a...

    5 miles 100 ft gain

  • Hike the Zion Subway - Bottom Up

    Start your day early at the Left Fork Trailhead on Kolob Terrace Road from the town of Virgin outside Zion National Park. This 6.5 mile out and back hike will take you to one of the most beautiful features in Zion National Park: The Subway. You'll...

    6.5 miles

  • Hike the Narrows, Zion NP

    Hiking the narrows in Zion National Park is one of my favorite hikes and something I return for almost every year, I can still remember my first visit as a kid. There's no other place like it in the National Park system and the stunning beauty of ...

    10 miles

  • Rock Climb in Lambs Knoll

    If you're a rock climber, then chances are you've got Zion National Park on your list of to do's, or must go back. The beautiful sandstone just keeps calling you back and asking you to climb more. Although not technically in the park, Lambs Knoll ...

  • Explore Zion National Park Bus stop 8

    According to the park, there is nothing at this spot, so not many people stop. If you do not like large crowds, this is the perfect place to stop. There is a small trail that leads to the river and a beautiful vista with the massive canyon walls o...

  • Hike Angels Landing at Night

    Angel's Landing is one of the most popular hikes in all of Zion National Park and for good reason. It offers great views of the main canyon and at 5 miles roundtrip it is the perfect length for a great day hike, or a great night hike. Hiking Angel...

    5 miles

  • Aid Climbing Moonlight Buttress

    Moonlight Buttress follows an amazing system of cracks up some really solid sandstone. The route is 5.8 C1 and is very straightforward. Hauling on the first few pitches is an absolute nightmare, but spending the night on the wall is spectacular. T...

  • Hike to Zion's Upper Emerald Pool

    Start this trail walking across the bridge over the Virgin River into the start of the trails that lead to the pools. The path takes you through the bottoms of the water falls and you see them falling over the rocks above you. Though this sight ma...

    3 miles 350 ft gain

  • Scramble Up Lady Mountain

    Begin by taking the shuttle to the Zion Lodge, where you can fill up on water for the day of steep hiking and scrambling ahead. Walk as if to the Emerald Pools, but after crossing the bridge immediately take a sharp left. Several hundred feet down...

  • Hike to Zion's Weeping Rock

    This trail begins at the Weeping Rock parking lot. You must cross a stream on a bridge and then follow the trail to the left.  The trail is nice and cool at the top and you may get some mist or water on you from the weeping rock. Perfect to cool y...

    0.5 miles 98 ft gain

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    • Virgin, Utah

      Under Canvas Zion

      Accommodations: Safari tents starting at $199 per night (4 person max) Safari with 4 twin beds starting at $199 per night (4 person max) Safari with adjacent Hive starting at $249 per night (6 pers...

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    • Watchman Trail

      South Campground (Ut)

      Overview For visitors to Zion National Park, South Campground is an ideal place to stay. Reservations for South Campground are available 14 days ahead of arrival. Located near the park's south entr...

    • Hurricane, Utah

      Watchman Campground

      Overview For visitors to Zion National Park, Watchman Campground is an ideal place to stay. Located near the park's south entrance, the campground is just a short walk from the main visitor center...

    • Duck Creek Village, Utah

      Te Ah

      Overview Te-Ah Campground is located 28 miles east of Cedar City, Utah, in scenic Navajo Lake Basin. Touring bicycle groups commonly use Te-Ah as a stopover on their way through this beautiful corn...

    • Cedar City, Utah

      Deer Haven

      Overview Deer Haven Campground is situated high on the western edge of the Colorado Plateau, close to Cedar City, Utah. Visitors enjoy hiking, biking and day-tripping to nearby Cedar Breaks Nationa...

    • Duck Creek Village, Utah

      Navajo Lake Campground

      Overview Navajo Lake Campground, located on the south shore of Navajo Lake, it provides a spectacular setting for boating, camping, fishing, hiking, biking and photography. Boat rentals, launching...

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