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8 Unique Experiences at Zion National Park

About Zion National Park

Zion started with Native Americans like the Paiute who named it "Mukuntuweap" meaning "straight canyon".  In 1909, it became a National Monument and became a full park in 1919. Now, Zion gets more than 4.5 million visitors every year

Zion-Mount Carmel Tunne

Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel is a marvel of engineering. This 1.1-mile tunnel eliminates a steep and treacherous section of the old road, offering scenic overlooks and a safe passage through the park.

Canyon Overlook Trail

This short and easy trail leads to stunning views of the canyon from the top.  It's a perfect option for those who are short on time or aren't up for a strenuous hike.

Emerald Pools

A series of cascading waterfalls surrounded by lush vegetation, the Emerald Pools are a refreshing sight.

Kolob Canyons

A lesser-known section of Zion National Park, Kolob Canyons offers a quieter and more secluded experience.  Hike through slot canyons, towering cliffs, and scenic overlooks.

Go Stargazing

With minimal light pollution, Zion National Park is a stargazer's paradise.  Lie down on a blanket and marvel at the Milky Way and countless stars.

Narrows Hike

One of Zion's most popular hikes, the Narrows takes you through a slot canyon carved by the Virgin River.

Camp Under the Stars

Zion National Park offers several campgrounds where you can pitch a tent and spend the night under a blanket of stars.

Rock Climbing

Zion National Park is a world-rock climbing destination.  There are climbs for all skill levels, from beginner to expert.

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