Zion National Park is a majestic natural space that’s home to a red rock canyon that stretches more than 600 metres deep and is surrounded by walking trails and scenic observation points. The park gets more than 300 days of sunshine each year, so there’s plenty to enjoy even when travelling during the winter months, when temperatures are fairly moderate. Hiking can offer paths to some seriously unforgettable views, including starry skies at night.

Activities in Zion National Park immerse visitors in the local natural splendour. Hiking trails stretch for miles, and there are numerous resources and spots where visitors can prepare for the journey to ensure that they have all the supplies they need. Camping is also popular here, along with canyoneering if you’re feeling a bit more adventurous. Angels Landing and the Emerald Pools Trail are especially popular with hikers, with the latter being easy enough for the whole family to enjoy.

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