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Zion National Park

Nestled in the rugged terrain of southwestern Utah, Zion National Park is a sanctuary of towering sandstone cliffs, deep narrow canyons, and lush river valleys. This iconic landscape, sculpted by the Virgin River over millions of years, offers visitors a breathtaking environment for hiking, rock climbing, and immersing themselves in the tranquility of nature.

Top Feature: The Narrows for its stunning slot canyons and scenic river hikes

Fun Fact

Zion National Park is home to some of the tallest sandstone cliffs in the world, including the famous 2,000-foot-high rock formation known as Angels Landing. The name "Zion" means "heavenly city" and was given to the canyon by Mormon pioneers.

  1. The Zion Canyon Shuttle operates most of the year, and private cars are not allowed in the main canyon during this time.

  2. The Narrows hike requires wading through the Virgin River.

  3. Permits are required for some hikes, including The Subway and overnight trips.

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