Zion provides a free shuttle service for park visitors who would like to explore the park without hassling with driving. Shuttles run daily (several time each hour) from late March through October.
This car tour follows the path of the Virgin River. The road winds through towering cliffs and scenic towns and dips into stately Zion National Park. A side trip provides access into Zion Canyon and past the park's most famous landmarks.
Zion Narrows provides one of the most awesome and unforgettable hiking experiences in the world, much less Zion National Park. A 16 mile hike of extraordinary beauty and unprecedented character, that runs along the base of one of Zion's most impressive slot canyons. Only 80 hikers are allowed into the canyon every 24 hours and permits are snapped up quickly. For best results you should plan ahead.
Zion National Park is the home to dozens of the finest mountain biking adventures in North America. From the moderately rated Church Rocks trail to the much more strenuous Gooseberry Slickrock Trail, Zion has the goods to deliver an unforgettable mountain biking adventure.
Utah's Coral Pink Sand Dunes is a 3700 plus acre recreation area approximately 30 miles south east of Zion National Park. Sweeping mountains of sand welcome visitors to this beautiful region. The Coral Pink Sand Dunes are a stark contrast to the formidable walls and facades of the surrounding canyons, plateaus and monoliths.