Zion has meant different things to different people. Legend has it the Paiute Indians were superstitious about "I-u-goone" (Zion Canyon) and refused to stay there after dark.

To the Mormon pioneers it was a haven of beauty resembling natural temples, and they called it "Little Zion". Temperatures in Zion can vary quite a bit, so check the weather before you plan your next visit.

Zion National Park is located near the beautiful parks of Bryce Canyon National Park, Arches National Park, Grand Canyon, Capitol Reef National Park, Lake Powell National Recreation Area, Canyonlands National Park, and Escalate Grand Staircase National Monument. For further travel information on these areas click on these links or visit the Zion travel packets' web site.

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