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Healthy Tips for Traveling to Zion National Park

Healthy Tips for Traveling to Zion National Park

News of the rapid spread of COVID-19 has people around the world canceling their Spring Break plans. But while you may want to rethink your flights to Europe or Asia at this time, and stay out of bustling cities like Seattle or New York where the virus may spread more...

What Would it Have Been Like to Visit Zion in 1919?

What Would it Have Been Like to Visit Zion in 1919?

Last Fall, Zion celebrated 100 years as a national park. In the century since the park first opened to visitors, millions of people have passed through its gates. In fact, today, more than 4 million people visit the park each year alone. While visitors in 2019 and...

3 Instagram-Worthy Spots in Zion That Don’t Require Any Hiking

3 Instagram-Worthy Spots in Zion That Don’t Require Any Hiking

According to Times Magazine, Zion National Park is the most-Instagrammed spot in Utah, and among the top spots in the U.S. If you’ve visited this iconic national park, this fact probably doesn’t surprise you. If you haven’t had a chance to drive or ride into the...

Why You Should Plan Your Valentine’s Day Date in Zion National Park

Why You Should Plan Your Valentine’s Day Date in Zion National Park

Valentine’s Day is less than a week away. Whether you’re scrambling to make last-minute plans or second-guessing that expensive dinner out, we’ve got news for you; the perfect Valentine’s Day date is right in front of you. But it might just be the last place you’d...

Navigating Winter Roads in Zion National Park

Navigating Winter Roads in Zion National Park

With more winter weather on the way for Zion National Park, guests visiting the park in the coming days are likely to find themselves facing snow and ice on roadways. Some may choose to stay warm and cozy in their hotel room or vacation rental while the winter storms...