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Zion National Park
Established in November 1919, Zion National Park is famous for its beautiful canyons and breathtaking cliffs.
The park is spread over 146,597 acres of land and is located in southwestern Utah near the town of Springdale.
Utah’s first national park is famous for Crawford Arch, Kolob Arches, Crawford Arch, Kolob Arch, Double Pine, Jughandle, Chinle Trail, Zion Canyon Theatre, LaFave Gallery & Worthington Gallery, Hidden Arch and Zion Canyon Visitor Center
The activities that will excite you consists of hiking, biking, canyoneering, climbing, and photography.
Zion National Park is also home for mule deer, wild turkeys, lizards, mountain lions and rattlesnakes.
Best time to visit
May to November
These are the months full of enjoyable weather where the park’s shuttles are running freely. You will have a great day seeing the allurements of the park.
Things to Carry
Following are the things to carry while visiting Zion National Park.
Carry a tent, Sleeping bags, sleeping mats, and a stove.
Wear Sturdy hiking boots and water shoes.
Bring sandwiches, trail mix, food bars, and jerky.
Wear layered clothing.
Carry Sunscreen, Drinking Water, Camera, Flashlight, Sun Hat, Sunglasses and Sunscreen, Rain Jacket, and a Bug Spray.
Tips before Visiting
- There are shuttle services in the park. You can also board on the buses that take you to the national park free of cost.
- Do advance reservations for lodging and camping.
- You can hike narrows from the Temple of Sinawava without a permit but you can also hike it from Chamberlin’s Ranch but this will require a hiking permit.
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