Zion National Park has captivated imagination since its discovery, becoming one of the most popular National Parks in the United States. Named by early (LDS) settlers, and designated as a park in 1919, Zion’s beauty and grandeur extend across 229 square miles of canyons and formations.
The Park features incredible canyons and spectacular views, attracting the adventure enthusiasts from around the world. The Narrows, The Subway, Angels Landing, Emerald Pools, and Weeping Rock are among some of the hikes varying in intensity. The outdoor possibilities are endless: hiking, canyoneering, off-road adventures, backcountry adventures, horseback riding, biking, or site seeing.
Each season in the Canyon also brings a display of brilliant foliage color, highlighted by Spring’s wildflowers and the Autumn’s changing leaves. The Park’s is also home to various animals, including wild turkeys, mule deer, golden eagles, big horn sheep, and mountain lions. Mixing the two creates incredible moments for any level of photographer. Shuttle systems are used during peak times to eliminate traffic, parking problems, protect the vegetation, and restore tranquility to Zion Canyon.