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Three Injured by Rockfall in Zion, Causing Yet Another Trail Closure

Three Injured by Rockfall in Zion, Causing Yet Another Trail Closure

National parks like the Great Smoky Mountains and the Grand Canyon often top the list of most popular tourist destinations in the U.S. You’ll find them alongside attractions like Disneyland and Disney World, Times Square, and Central Park. But while our national parks...

How to Reduce the Carbon Footprint of Your Visit to Zion National Park

How to Reduce the Carbon Footprint of Your Visit to Zion National Park

With millions of visitors entering Zion National Park every year, it can be easy to feel like just another guest in the crowd. For this reason, many visitors mistakenly believe that their individual actions couldn’t possibly matter. Some leave garbage behind, seeing...

4 Kid-Friendly Zion Hikes Your Family Can Enjoy Together

4 Kid-Friendly Zion Hikes Your Family Can Enjoy Together

National parks aren’t just for experienced hikers or rugged backpackers. Our country’s federally protected lands allow visitors of all ages to enjoy the natural beauty our nation has to offer. But if you want to see the park up-close-and-personal, hiking is always a...

How to Stay Healthy and Hydrated During Your Zion Adventure

How to Stay Healthy and Hydrated During Your Zion Adventure

Zion might not hold the title of the hottest national park in the country. But that doesn’t stop it from experiencing triple digit heat. During the summer months, and particularly late June through August, it’s not abnormal to see temperatures reach 100 degrees. Some...

Zion’s Most Dangerous Trails [And How to Hike Them Safely]

Zion’s Most Dangerous Trails [And How to Hike Them Safely]

Zion National Park is home to dozens of beautiful trails, each offering its own stunning views. But while there are plenty of easy or even moderate trails that are perfect for those who are new to hiking or families with children along, many of the trails are...

To Extinction and Back Again: Zion National Park’s California Condor

To Extinction and Back Again: Zion National Park’s California Condor

Last month, rangers at Zion National Park announced that they suspected a pair of California condors had hatched their first egg in a nest in the park. The species, which nearly went extinct in 1987, has slowly been making a comeback in the region, and particularly on...