Things to Do in Zion National Park [2023]

A paradise for hikers and photographers like, the aptly named Narrow is the most slender part of Zion Canyon.

Tackle one of the world’s best hikes: The Narrows

Cruise along the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive

54 glorious miles from Zion’s main canyon to Mount Carmel, making its way through Utah’s stunning natural landscape.

Weeping Rock gets its name from the water which drips down the edges of the overhanging cliff.

Make your way to Weeping Rock

Hike the coveted path of Angels Landing

As picturesque and rewarding a hike as any in the area, Angles Landing is considered one of the most famous hikes in Utah.

Enjoy some bird-watching

Zion is teeming with diverse wildlife on the ground; take to the skies, and it’s another level altogether.

Admire the Temple of Sinawava

An iconic natural landmark where both the Riverside Walk and Narrows hiking trails begin.

Zion National Park is filled with jaw-dropping hikes, but if you’re looking for a more leisurely way to explore the park

Take a bike tour of the Pa’rus Trail

A fascinating and alternative activity suitable for visitors of all ages.

The Zion Human History Museum

Oozing contrasting colors and unspoiled beauty, the Emerald Pools trail is a popular choice for hikers.

Hike to the colorful Emerald Pools

horseback adventures allow you to venture off the beaten track.

Horse riding excursion

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