Zion National Park vs. Bryce Canyon National Park

Zion National Park vs Bryce Canyon National Park

Zion National Park vs Bryce Canyon National Park Both Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park are spectacular, memorable experiences – totally worthwhile, but which is better? I get this question a lot and you guessed it – there’s no right or wrong answer. It all depends on your preferences, travel party, time and which season you’re going. Majestic … Read More

Zion-Mount Carmel Highway is Open!

Zion-Mount Carmel Highway is Open

Zion-Mount Carmel Highway Reopens As of Saturday, April 27th, 2019, Zion-Mount Carmel Highway is open again. After closing on April 9th, 2019, for road repairs as well as a new culvert, retaining wall, etc. – the highway reopened ahead of schedule. Zion-Mount Carmel Highway, along the Utah State Route 9, is an experience all in itself. One of America’s Greatest … Read More

Recent Trail Closures

Recent Trail Closures in Zion

Recent Trail Closures in Zion National Park Following extreme weather in Zion National Park, some popular trails have been closed. Recent trail closures include the famous Narrows hike, which is currently closed due to snowmelt; both Upper Emerald Pools and Kayenta Trail are closed because of storm damage; The Hidden Canyon Trail and Observation Point (starting from Weeping Rock) are closed due … Read More

National Park Week 2019 in Zion

National Park Week 2019 in Zion

National Park Week 2019 in Zion How are you going to celebrate National Park Week 2019? From April 20th to April 28th, National Park Week will be observed at all National Parks throughout the United States. What is it? President Trump has officially proclaimed National Park Week 2019 as April 20 through April 28. In his Presidential Proclamation, he said, … Read More

Crowds at Angels Landing increase as warmer weather arrives

Celebrate National Park Week on Angels Landing

As warmer weather starts hitting Zion National Park, the amount of visitors in the park increases. This fluctuation of increase can cause any amount of problems for the park manager and those working in the area. The latest complex problem that park management and officials are having to figure out has been the crowds along the Angels Landing trail. The … Read More

Zion National Park 2019 Events Calendar

Zion National Park 2019 Events Calendar

Looking for things to do in Zion National Park this year? Don’t miss out on upcoming events in Zion! From Service Projects to Trail Marathons, there’s a lot to do and experience in the Park this year! Here’s a calendar of events & activities happening in Zion National Park in 2019. April Friday 12th-Saturday 13th – Zion Ultra Marathons & … Read More

Nearest Airport Closing for 4 Months

Nearest airport to Zion National Park, the St. George Regional Airport closing.

The Closest Airport to Zion National Park Coming to Zion by sky? The nearest airport to Zion National Park, the St. George Regional Airport, is a wonderful facility and it’s a great, fast way to arrive at this outdoor mecca. If you are planning to visit Zion soon – here’s what you need to know: When is the St. George … Read More

Zion National Park 2019 Shuttle Schedule

Zion National Park Shuttle Bus Schedule

What you need to know about the Zion Shuttle. Zion National Park has seen an unprecedented jump in visitation in recent years. Due to these record numbers of visitors, Zion can become quite congested, in fact, parking in Zion is limited and parking areas are usually full by mid-morning. To ensure your trip in Zion is stress & hassle free, … Read More

Mandatory Shuttle Service to be tested in Zion for remainder of 2018

Zion National Park Shuttle Bus Schedule

Starting Saturday, December 22nd, and running through December 31st, Zion National Park will be testing their mandatory shuttle service in the park. This shuttle service will also provide services in Springdale to help visitors with connections in the park and town. These shuttle services are expected to help reduce regular vehicle traffic and congestion regularly experienced in Zion Canyon during … Read More

Zion – Mount Carmel Closure

Road closure in Zion National Park

Road Closures Sep. 5th and 6th Even deserts have monsoon seasons. On July 11 of this year, Zion National Park received three inches of rain in a three hour period, absolutely pummeling the park and damaging parts of the highway before and after the famous mile-long tunnel that connects State Route 9 to National Parks Highway (US Route 89). For … Read More