Here is the info you need to plan a great trip to Zion National Park in Southern Utah, including some of the best hikes.
The Canyon Overlook Trail in Zion National Park is a favorite hike for all ages because of it's beautiful views with only a quick and easy hike to achieve them.
The Riverside Walk is a stunning, family-friendly, and mostly accessible trail to get to the base of the spectacular The Narrows.
The Kayenta Trail is the a beautiful trail that leads to the three famous Emerald Pools in Zion. It has impressive views!
Scout's Lookout is most of the way up the famous Angel's Landing, but doesn't require a permit. It is still an incredible hike in Zion National Park!
The Pa’Rus trail is a scenic, paved trail that is great for bikes, strollers, wheelchairs, and is the only trail in Zion National Park that allows dogs.
One of the most sought after views in all of Zion National Park is the one from Angel’s Landing. They are spectacular throughout the hike!
The Emerald Pools are a scenic little oasis in Zion National Park. The shortest and easiest to get to Lower Emerald Pool is this trail that begins at Zion Lodge.
Rock is one of the most popular sites in Zion because it’s a quick hike and cool formation.
The Emerald Pools are a scenic little oasis in Zion National Park. The shortest and easiest to get to is Lower Emerald Pool that begins at Zion Lodge.
The Kayenta Trail is the a beautiful trail that leads to the Emerald Pools in Zion. This post is only the easy hike to the Lower Emerald Pool.
The drive from the main entrance over to the east entrance in Zion National Park is a beautiful drive called the Zion-Mount Carmel Highway.