How often do rock falls occur in the park & does anyone ever get hurt? Can I camp in the park? What about swimming in the canyons?
Leashed dogs are not allowed on any trails or wilderness areas, except the Pa’rus Trail. Access the trail from Canyon Junction or the visitors center.
Rockfalls are very common in Zion National Park but no visitor has ever been killed by one in the history of the park.
A trip to Utah isn’t complete without a visit to one of its many national park and wilderness areas, so pack a little extra money to cover entrance fees.
How to get around Zion National Park by specific modes of transportation, including what is permitted and what is prohibited.
Information and tips on how to best utilize Zion's free shuttle system. Watch the video.
Prevention of bites and stings is fairly straightforward -- know where you're sticking your hand or foot, and what might be hiding in a hole or sunning itself on a ledge.
With elevations ranging from 3,000 to 9,000 feet in Zion and Bryce Canyon national parks, altitude sickness is a very real possibility. Here's what to do.
How do you pack for your desert climate that includes river hiking and rafting? Here are the top 16 items to put in your backpack.
Where can I get my vehicle fixed? Where are the closest medical clinics/hospitals to Zion National Park? And other services surrounding Zion National Park.
Zion, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Arches national parks are in the southern part of Utah and close to the Grand Canyon in Arizona.
A 1.1 mile-long tunnel is credited with converting Zion from an isolated and rarely visited park, to one of the most popular national parks