Bryce and Zion National Parks

February 8, 2020
Hiking Bryce and Zion
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The First Day

Drive to Zion Park

Look at Lodging (around 2:00 pm)


Visit Zion Canyon Silver Screen Theatre and find out "Zion Canyon Treasure from the Gods" movie. This film shows the various eras of exploration in Zion Canyon.

Scenic Drive Hwy 9

(2-3 hrs)

Time this so that you can begin to see the sunset (early evening drive). Drive Hwy 9 through Zion Park, up with the mile-lengthy tunnel and east in to the park's Checkerboard Mesa area. Get a roadmap and guide while you go into the park.

Entrance Costs (great for 7 days):
$25 per vehicle
$12 per motorcycle, bicycle, pedestrian

Hike Canyon Overlook

(one hour, 1 mi/1.6 km round trip)

This short moderate hike on the well-marked trail results in an overlook offering incredible sights of lower Zion Canyon. Should you time that it right, the sunset will illuminate the entire canyon. The trailhead reaches the parking area just past the east entrance from the tunnel. Mix the road and start the simple 1 mile hike. This hike is ideal for people who wish to visit a beautiful overlook of Zion that do not always like lengthy hikes and it is ideal for kids.

Go back for your lodging by using highway 9 back to Springdale.

You will find many Restaurants in Springdale for any scrumptious dinner.

Day Two

Visit the neighborhood sell to get water and snacks during the day. You will need each day pack to hold things in since you'll be gone for the whole day.

Explore Zion Canyon

(All Day Long)

Catch the park shuttle near your motel/hotel in Springdale. The town shuttle will give you towards the park entrance once around the block you'll change to the Zion Canyon shuttle. Escape at each one of the shuttle stops to see and photograph the sights, and also to hike.

Hike to Emerald Pools

(one hour, 1.2 mi/1.9 km round visit to the low pool)

Emerald Pools includes three different pools. The hike towards the lower pool is simple, moderate towards the middle pool, and strenuous towards the upper pool. Lower route finishes at lower pool and three waterfalls and it has beautiful sights of Zion Canyon.


Consume the snacks you introduced or visit the coffee shop at Zion Lodge close to the trailhead from the Emerald Pools hike.

Weeping Rock

(one hour .4 mi/.64 km round trip)

Go ahead and take easy stroll for this alcove where drops water fall continuously in the high cliff face and ceiling. It takes approximately 5-ten minutes to hike. Hanging gardens decorate the alcove. This really is always a popular with site visitors and it is awesome within the summer time. The way starts in the Weeping Rock car park in Zion Canyon.

Hike Riverside Walk

(1.5 hrs, 2 mi/3.2 km round trip)

Stick to the paved trail across the Virgin River upstream to the bottom of Zion Narrows. The way winds through hanging gardens of wildflowers in spring and summer time. The way is simple with minor drop-offs. The way starts in the finish of Zion Canyon Scenic Drive- Temple of Sinawava. Add some extra adventure and incredible scenery when walking in the Virgin River Narrows miles or two. Bring an additional set of footwear along with a walking stick. The way may be the river and you're walking slippery rocks along the way in the Narrows.

Dine in Springdale.

Day 3

Take a look at of hotel

Visit the neighborhood sell to get water and snacks during the day. Pack a lunch and a minimum of two liters water. A little backpack is great to hold products since you'll be getting off and on the shuttle and taking short hikes. Go ahead and take Zion shuttle towards the Grotto stop.

See also:
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Bryce and Zion National Parks
Bryce and Zion National Parks
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