Discover the heart of the park, a 15-mile-long canyon carved by the Virgin River.
Hike through the narrowest section of Zion Canyon, where the river is your trail.
Climb to the top of this iconic rock formation, with stunning views of the canyon below.
Enjoy a panoramic vista of Zion Canyon from this 6,508-foot-high lookout.
Relax by the clear green pools and cascading waterfalls, surrounded by lush vegetation.
Visit the less crowded but equally scenic area of the park, with red rock cliffs and arches.
Admire one of the largest natural arches in the world, spanning 287 feet across.
See the water seeping from the sandstone wall, creating a hanging garden of ferns and moss.
Drive through the 1.1-mile-long tunnel, built in 1930, that connects Zion Canyon to the east side of the park.
Marvel at the unique pattern of cracks and grooves on this massive sandstone dome.
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Encounter some of the park’s diverse animals, such as mule deer, bighorn sheep, and golden eagles.
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