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Zion National Park Information
If you are looking for information on Utah’s national parks such as Zion National park, Bryce Canyon National park or cities such as St. George, Utah or Salt Lake City, Utah click on these links.

Zion National Park Zion National Park is Utah's oldest national park, designated in 1919. Zion's soaring towers and monoliths offer a quiet grandeur. With nearly three million visitors per year, Zion is Utah's most heavily used park. In spring of 2000, in order to ease congestion in the 6.5 mile Zion Canyon, a new transportation system was implemented. It provides multi-passenger shuttle vehicles as the only motorized transportation in the park loop. The trams allow visitors to enjoy Zion's lofty formations such as Kolob Arch -the world's largest arch - with a span that measures 310 feet, The Great White Throne, The Watchman, Angels Landing, and Weeping Rock. The Transportation System includes a "town loop" that eliminates congestion in the streets of Springdale at the park's south entrance. Visitors can still use private vehicles to tour the park on state Hwy 9. Oversized vehicles are subject to some restrictions however, and a fee is charged for escorting them through the narrow Long Tunnel. Click here for information on Zion National Park.

Zion National Park Directory
This guide to Zion National Park, Utah offers the information you need for your visit to Zion National Park. In the lodging section you will find links and information for Hotels, Motels, Inns and Bed and Breakfasts.

There are several easy, self-guiding trails in Zion, including the Gateway to the Narrows Trail, which is suitable for strollers and wheelchairs with assistance. More adventurous or strenuous hikes are also found in the park. Two entrances to Zion National Park are 33 miles east of I-15 or 12 miles west of US 89, both on Utah Hwy 9. The northern Kolob Canyons section of the park is accessible off I-15, 18 miles north of Cedar City. Zion National Park visitor centers are open year round as are in-park campgrounds and the historic Zion Lodge.

Zion Mountain Resort
At the end of your exhilarating day in Zion National Park , you can retire to the front porch of your lodge just three miles from the East entrance of Zion National Park. [ Click Here ]

Zion National ParkWildlife such as mule deer, golden eagles, and mountain lions, also inhabit Zion National Park. Mukuntuweap National Monument proclaimed July 31, 1909; incorporated in Zion National Monument March 18, 1918; Zion Canyon was established as a national park on Nov. 19, 1919. For more Zion National Park information be sure to get
a Zion Travel Packet! Also view lodging opportunities in Zion National Park.

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