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Zion National Park Holidays

If you fancy a trip to the Promised Land while you're in Utah, then visit Zion National Park. So-called for its almost celestial beauty, this is a landscape of soaring granite monoliths, where iconic landmarks like the Court of the Patriarchs and Angel's Landing bear heavenly names. Towering peaks stand out starkly against the blue sky; rivers glisten at the bottom of 2000-ft deep red-rock canyons; and everywhere you look there's yet another jaw-dropping vista to make your head spin.

Many of the Park's stand-out sights are in the main canyon and are easy to get to. The stark face of the Great White Throne, a huge sandstone mountain, stands sentinel over everything, while shuttle buses snake along the valley floor following the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive. As you trundle along between sky-high, vividly coloured cliffs, you'll pass iconic sights like Weeping Rock; or you can hop off the bus at the Visitor Centre and the Human History Museum to discover more of the Park's secrets.

Of course nothing beats getting out into the heart of this stupendous landscape, and a network of trails cater for walkers of every kind. Easy paths like the Riverside Walk involve nothing more than a gentle amble by the side of the glistening Virgin River, beneath looming cliffs festooned with hanging gardens and past pools and streams. But there are much more challenging hikes too, and anyone tackling Angel's Landing needs a head for heights, while taking on the full length of the Narrows can mean wading chest-deep in water.

The rewards are never less than worth it though - as they are if you decide to visit Zion National Park to go rock climbing, canyoneering, or to ride horse-back through the back country. This is a place that always lives up to its promise.

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The Narrows

Narrow it certainly is, because at some points along this trial, the 2000 ft-high canyon walls that flank each side are only a few metres apart. That means wading along the bed of the Virgin River enclosed in a world of towering cliffs, hanging gardens, waterfalls and sandstone arches. It's an unforgettable experience.

Observation Point

In this case, the name doesn't really do the place justice. The hike to Observation Point takes in beautiful Echo Canyon, but it's the stunning panoramic view at the end of the trail that's the main attraction: an eye-popping vista across all of the canyon's major landmarks, making for a truly spectacular sight.

Weeping Rock

Kids love getting a cooling face mist from a curtain of water that permeates the cliff-face at Weeping Rock and falls like a curtain across an alcove clustered with hanging gardens. The easy walk to get there provides plenty of photo opportunities too, with stunning views of the Great White Throne.

Angel's Landing

If you have even a touch of vertigo, this isn't the hike for you. Along the steep ascent you'll pass stunning scenery, plus you'll be rewarded with a dizzying view of the canyon from the top. But be warned that the last part of the trail is along a knife-edge ridge and has the kind of steep drop-offs to make your stomach flip.

Kolob Arch

When you visit Zion National Park, be sure not to miss its quieter north-westernmost reaches, where the red cliffs and narrow canyons of the Kolob Canyons stretch out across the landscape. Take time to seek out stunning Kolob Arch - at 287-ft wide the second longest free-standing arch in the world.

Our Top Hotels in Zion National Park

Zion Lodge

Zion Lodge


The name "Zion" means a place of peace and refuge. As a sanctuary with over 146,000 acres of cliffs, canyons, diverse plant and animal life, and uninterrupted beauty.

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Zion Mountain Ranch

Zion Mountain Ranch


In the mountains of Zion National Park, sits an authentic western destination that features not only premier Zion National Park lodging, but is the unique home of a roaming herd of buffalo.

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Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites St George North Zion


This hotel offers beautiful views of the Red Rock Mountains. Travelers benefit from our close location to many national and state parks, including Bryce Canyon National Park.

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Fly Drive Holiday: Canyons of the West

Las Vegas - Grand Canyon - Monument Valley - Moab - Bryce Canyon - Zion National Park - Las Vegas

With Las Vegas as your base this epic fly drive will take you through some of the USA’s most awe-inspiring natural landscapes, from the incredibly formed rock formations of Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks, to the vast desert landscapes of Monument Valley and not forgetting one of the natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon!
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Fly Drive Holiday: American Grandeurs

Denver - Steamboat Springs - Rock Springs - Jackson - Yellowstone National Park - Salt Lake City - Bryce Canyon National Park - Lake Powell/ Page - Mesa Verde National Park/ Cortez - Durango - Taos - Denver

Discover the grand American landscapes of the Rockies and the Colorado Plateau on this fly drive holiday of mountains, canyons, lakes and Western cities. Visit the world famous Yellowstone National Park, learn about Utah's Mormon history in Salt Lake City, take in the awe-inspiring rock formations in Bryce Canyon National Park and Monument Valley, find out about ancient civilisations at Mesa Verde National Park and stay in authentic Western towns like Steamboat Springs and Durango.
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Escorted Tour: Western Discovery

Los Angeles – Phoenix – Grand Canyon - Page/Lake Powell – Bryce Canyon – Las Vegas – Mammoth Lakes – Yosemite – San Francisco – Pismo Beach – Los Angeles

This popular escorted tour will take you through some of the USA’s iconic western sights, from the desert landscapes of Arizona to the canyon lands of Utah, combined with the energetic city pace of Las Vegas and Los Angeles, with some coastal relaxation thrown in for good measure.
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