Kolob Canyons in Zion National Park

Kolob Canyons is a popular backpacking destination and scenic drive in a remote section of Zion National Park.
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Kolob Canyon. Photo by Rachel Zurer

Kolob Canyons is a popular backpacking destination in a remote section of Zion National Park. It features the Kolob Arch, one of the longest natural arches in the world, as well as the Kolob Finger Canyons.

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Kolob Canyons is located 42 miles from the Zion Canyon Visitor Center. It is accessible by car and there is a scenic driving route through the Kolob Canyons. Only backcountry camping is an option, but there are numerous hiking and canyoneering routes as well as a visitor center, the Kolob Canyons Visitor Center.

Kolob Canyons from the Timber Creek Overlook

Click to See the Map of this Scenic Drive

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