From hiking to fishing to winter sports, there are plenty of activities for the outdoor enthusiast in Zion National Park.
Pa'rus Trail is one of the favorite places for bikes as well as strollers and wheelchairs. And it's dog-friendly which is rare in national parks.
Moab offers some of the best end-over opportunities around and of course, made its name as the home to the best mountain biking on Earth.
Choose the family- and pet-friendly Pa'rus Trail inside Zion, the challenging Gooseberry Mesa Trail for experienced mountain bikers, or the cool Navajo Lake.
Bicycles and pedestrians are prohibited through the Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel. If you are entering Zion thru east entrance, you must arrange shuttle service
Enjoy the benefits of biking through the park with a little help from an electric bicycle.
Fishing is allowed in Zion, but is not as common as other pastimes. However, the areas north of Zion are premier fly fishing destinations.
In-park trail rides follow the course of the Virgin River or expand out into Sand Beach Trail.
There are many excellent trail riding adventures within the national parks, national forest and other public lands throughout the region.
Ruby's Inn is a concessionaire for activities in and near Bryce Canyon National Park. Ride a horse, rent a bike, take an ATV tour, or go on a scenic flight in an airplane or helicopter.
Tips to incredible rafting trips for families or thrill seekers on the untamed Yampa River, Gates of Lodore and Cataract Canyon in Utah and Colorado
Three full-service marinas on Lake Powell, Lake Mead, and Lake Mohave. Rent a houseboat for a weekend of play or extended excursions.
Try the sport that includes hiking and technical rock climbing inside Zion National Park including the Narrows, the Subway, and North Creek.
Zion's snowcapped mountains are spectacular in the winter. The canyon is not normally subject to heavy snow, so hiking and biking are still popular.
The Zion Subway is one of the most popular slot canyon and canyoneering routes in Zion National Park.
Zion and the nearby area offer a wealth of climbing opportunities, both guided and unguided. The Narrows may be the birthplace of canyoneering.