Come Explore Zion National Park!
Zion is Utah’s most visited national park, and for a reason. Hiking, biking, scenery for days, dining and great hotels.
Protected within Zion National Park’s 229 square miles (593.1 km) is a spectacular cliff-and-canyon landscape and wilderness full of the unexpected including the world’s largest arch – Kolob Arch – with a span that measures 310 feet (94.5 m).
Wildlife such as mule deer, golden eagles, and mountain lions, also inhabit the Park. Mukuntuweap National Monument proclaimed July 31, 1909; incorporated in Zion National Monument March 18, 1918; established as a national park on Nov. 19, 1919. The Zion Natural History Association (ZNHA) is also a great source of information about the park.
Zion National Park is also near St. George, Utah and the well known Tuacahn Amphitheater. Don’t miss the chance to see a professional show in an unforgettable setting. Tuacahn is a must see on your next visit to Southern Utah. If you plan on visiting the area, make sure the weather is going to be good by checking updated listings at Utah Weather.net
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