Entries by olwm

City of Springdale requiring face coverings in town

With the number of COVID-19 cases rising within the state of Utah, the city of Springdale has announced that face coverings are now required within the town in retail and commercial establishments, at community gatherings and at restaurants while waiting to be seated and to be served. The new face mask mandate comes after approval […]

Zion Limited Operations Announced

With the anticipation of Zion National Park opening back up to the public on Wednesday, May 13th, after having closed due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, park officials have released information on what will be opened and what facilities will remain closed. Hours of Operation Zion National Park will only open during daylight hours (approx. 6 […]

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President’s Day Weekend in Zion

Starting Friday, February 14th and running through the weekend, thousands of visitors are expected at Zion National Park. Due to the predicted influx of visitors, Zion National Park will resume weekend only (Saturday and Sunday), mandatory shuttle services throughout the park. These weekend shuttles will start on Saturday February 15th and run through Sunday March […]

Zion Jeep Tours – Our Favorite Fall Adventure

Shortly before 10 a.m. on a crisp fall morning we pulled up to the Majestic View Lodge – our pick up spot – in Springdale, Utah and prepared to embark on a three-hour private tour with Zion Jeep Tours. The Majestic View Lodge acts as a hub for the safari tours and is a designated […]

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Weeping Rock closed after rockfall leaves hikers stranded

Three visitors were injured, and a number of visitors were temporarily stranded at the Weeping Rock Trail Saturday evening, after a rockfall occurred. Park employees responded to the Weeping Rock area to find that a large chunk of rock broke off of Cable Mountain, just above Weeping Rock.   The rockslide occurred around 6 p.m. […]