Zion National Park
Zion National Park is Utah's oldest and most popular national park. This park is divided into four main sections and features a total of nearly 147,000 miles of spectacular natural terrain. Between the Zion and the Kolob Canyons, Kolob Terrace and the extensive backcountry, the sites in Zion National Park are numerous.
Because Zion is set in the heart of Utah's Color Country, colorful vistas surround travelers from every angle. Impressive archways meet deep canyons and wooded plateaus throughout the park. Whether traveling through the park on one of the scenic driving paths or by hiking through on foot, the ever-changing landscape makes for fantastic photo opportunities.
A visit to Zion National Park is sure to be an inspiring one as you gaze at the natural beauty before you.