Angels Landing

Iconic, narrow 5 mile trail with epic views of Zion Canyon. Not for those with acrophobia.

Angels Landing

Big Bend

Scenic stop where the Virgin River curves amongst towering peaks of Navajo Sandstone

Big Bend Zion

Canyon Junction

Famous stop overlooking the Virgin River with The Watchman serving as the backdrop

Canyon Junction The Watchman Zion National Park

Canyon Overlook

Beautiful 1-mile round-trip hike along Pine Creek leading to an epic Valley Vista

Zion Canyon Overlook

Canyon Overlook Trail

1-mile round-trip hike along the steep narrows of Pine Creek

Zion Canyon Overlook Trail

Emerald Pools

Serene ponds of emerald surrounded by an oasis of trees and soaring canyons

Zion Emerald Pools

Checkerboard Mesa

A petrified sand dune frozen in time along the eastern portion of the park

Checkerboard Mesa

Emerald Pools Trails

1-3 mile hike to the lower, middle and upper pools surrounded by waterfalls

Zion Emerald Pool Trail

Grafton Ghost Town

This farming community was established in 1859 and completely abandoned by 1944 where it has served as a movie set and tourist attraction ever since

Grafton Ghost Town

Kolob Canyons

Scenic drive with gorgeous canyon peaks along this less crowded northwestern portion of the park

Kolob Canyons

Lava Point Overlook

0.3 mile hike offering a new view of Zion Canyon surrounded by lava

Zion Lava Point Overlook

Kolob Terrace

Scenic drive with less crowds and peaceful meadows along Kolob Terrace Road

Kolob Terrace

Paria Point

Stunning viewpoint along Kolob Canyons Road

Paria Point

Riverside Walk

Peaceful, 2-mile trail along the Temple of Sinawava with hanging gardens

Zion Hanging Gardens

Scout Lookout

Beautiful overlook just before the steep ascent of Angels Landing

Scout Lookout

The Narrows

Narrow section of the canyon following and turning into the Virgin River. *Water shoes and gear necessary if exploring beyond the trail

The Narrows

Timber Creek Overlook

Overlook at the end of Kolob Canyons Road providing a look into the Zion Wilderness

Timber Creek Overlook

Walter's Wiggles

Steep, winding section of the West Rim Trail on the way to Angels Landing named for Walter Ruesch, the park's first superintendent

Walter's Wiggles

Weeping Rock

0.5 mile trail to the hanging gardens and water-drizzled sandstone that 'cries' as it makes it way down the cliff

Weeping Rock

White Cliffs

Less-traveled western portion of the park with bright, white cliffs carved for endless exploration

White Cliffs