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Zion National Park

Zion National Park is a destination like no other. Located in Southwest Utah, the national park is defined by its steep rolling sandstone hills, juxtaposed with the lush forestry of the canyon floor and punctuated by the gentle currents of the Virgin River. Zion National Park is a hikers paradise with routes that will challenge the most experienced of hikers and routes that will delight the novice out for a gentle stroll. Combine beautiful scenery with world class hiking and you will find a location with something for everyone.

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Why should I visit Zion National Park?

As we already mentioned, one of Zion National Park’s top pull factors is the world-class hiking that lies within the park boundary. Whether you are a novice hiker or an experienced one, there will be something for you at the park. One of the favourite hiking routes is known as The Narrows and gives you the opportunity to explore the canyon in a way that is fun for people of all ages. If you want to take it a step further, the Canyon Overlook hiking route is a photographer’s favourite known for its breathtaking views.

 

Points to look out for along any number of hiking routes include:

Angels Landing – A dramatic cliff face with an elevation of 1488 feet that offers some of the best views of the parks 270 million year old rock formations, although the trek is not for the feint hearted.

Emerald Pools – Springing like an oasis these glistening pools are dotted along the various trails along with several desert waterfalls and make a great place to stop off all year round.

Virgin River – The serenity of the waters edge is apparent along the banks of the Virgin River, a spot that is popular for its natural beauty where you can paddle, wade and even fish.

 

Other popular activities in the park include horseback riding, camping and mountain biking.

 

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