9 Best Spots for Fall Colors in Zion National Park 


Zion National Park, a fall foliage haven, showcases diverse landscapes. Witness the striking contrast between red rocks and vibrant trees across various elevations.

The Canyon Overlook Trail is a short and easy hike that offers spectacular views of Zion Canyon from above. 

Canyon Overlook Trail 


The Virgin River is the lifeline of Zion National Park, and it is also a great place to see the fall colors.  

Virgin River  


If you are feeling adventurous, you can explore the Zion Narrows, one of the most famous slot canyons in the world. 

Zion Narrows 


The trail climbs up to a narrow and exposed ridge that offers stunning views of the canyon below. 

Angels Landing 


For a scenic drive, you can take the Kolob Finger Scenic Byway, a 5-mile road that goes to the Kolob Finger canyons. 

Kolob Finger Scenic Byway  


Another area of Zion National Park that is less crowded and more secluded is the Kolob Terrace, a high-elevation plateau that offers diverse scenery and trails.  

Kolob Terrace 


Cedar Mountain is one of the first areas to experience the fall color change in Zion National Park. 

Cedar Mountain 


The East Zion Plateau is another area on the east side of the park that offers stunning fall foliage. 

East Zion Plateau 


Zion Ponderosa is a resort and adventure park that is located on the east side of the park.  

Zion Ponderosa 


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