10 Things to do in Zion National Park

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Tackle one of the best hikes in the world: The Narrows – a paradise for hikers and photographers, named after The Narrows.

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Cruise along the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive - 54 spectacular miles from Zion's Main Canyon to Mount Carmel, winding your way through Utah's natural landscape.

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Make your way to Weeping Rock - Weeping Rock gets its name from the water that drips down the sides of the overhanging rock.

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Hike the iconic Trail of Angels Landing - As picturesque and rewarding as any hike in the area, Angels Landing is known for being one of the most famous hiking trails in Utah.

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Enjoy some bird-watching - Zion is full of diverse wildlife on the ground; And this is a whole different level.

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Admire the Temple of Sinawawa – an iconic natural landmark where both the Riverside Walk and the Narrows hiking trail begin.

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Bike tour the Perce Trail - Zion National Park is full of stunning hikes.

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Zion Human History Museum - A fascinating and optional activity suitable for visitors of all ages.

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Hike to the colorful Emerald Pools - Filled with contrasting colors and pristine beauty, the Emerald Pools Trail is a popular choice for hikers.

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Horseback Riding - The thrill of riding a horse gives you a chance to get off the beaten path.

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9 Can’t Miss Activities To Do in Zion National Park, Utah

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