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PLEASE BE AWARE OF ANY COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS THE PARK MAY HAVE IN PLACE.

“Consistent with CDC guidance regarding areas of substantial or high transmission, visitors to Zion National Park, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask inside all park buildings and shuttle buses.” Updated 10/18/2021

SEE ZION RESTRICTIONS

Updated 10/18/2021

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2021 Fall & Winter Zion National Park Guide

*Updated 10/18/2021

Things to Do in Zion

Things to Do in Zion

Full Zion Trail Map

*This map is subject to change due to current pandemic restrictions. For more information on Zion National Park’s response, click here.

Alternate Trails – No Pass Required

Shuttle Information

Zion National Park shuttle ticket system is discontinued. In response to updated guidance on transit systems in National Parks and Covid-19, Zion National Park is discontinuing the temporary shuttle ticket system for Zion Canyon. Tickets for the shuttle will no longer be needed starting Friday, May 28, 2021. Previously purchased tickets will be given priority in shuttle line.

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Hiking Guide for Trails

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Shuttle Stop Hike/Trailhead Round Trip Elevation Change Description
1 Pa’rus Trail

Zion Canyon

Visitor Center

2 Hours – 3.5 mi/5.6km 50ft/15m The paved trail follows the Virgin River from the South Campground to Canyon Junction. A wheelchair may need assistance.
1 Archaeology Trail

Zion Canyon

Visitor Center

0.5 Hour – 0.4mi/0.6km 80ft/24m Short but steep. It starts across from the entrance to the visitor center parking lot. Climbs to the outlines of several prehistoric buildings. Trailside exhibits.
6 Lower Emerald Pool Trail

Zion Lodge

1 Hour – 1.2mi/1.9km 69ft/21m Due to trail construction, lower Emerald Pool is closed until late spring. Check at the Visitor Center for more information.
6 The Grotto Trail

Zion Lodge

The Grotto

0.5 Hour – 1mi/1.6km 35ft/11m The trail connects the Zion Lodge to The Grotto. The trail is a great place to view wildlife.
Weeping Rock Trail

Weeping Rock

TRAIL CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
9 Riverside Walk

Temple of Sinawava

1.5 Hours – 2.2mi/3.5km 57ft/17m Minor drop-offs, paved trail follows the Virgin River along the bottom of a narrow canyon. Trailside exhibits. A wheelchair may need assistance.
Shuttle Stop Hike/Trailhead Round Trip Elevation Change Description
1 Watchman Trail

Zion Canyon

Visitor Center

2 Hours – 3.3mi/5.km 368ft/112m Moderate drop-offs ends with the viewpoint of the Towers of the Virgin, lower Zion Canyon, and the town of Springdale.
4 Sand Bench Trail

Zion Lodge

3-4 Hours – 5.5mi/8.85km 466ft/142m Commercial horse trail from March to October. Hike atop a massive landslide under The Sentinel. Deep sand and little shade.
6 Upper Emerald Pool Trail

Zion Lodge

1 Hour – 1mi/1.6km 200ft/61m Minor drop-offs, A sandy and rocky trail that climbs to the Upper Emerald Pool at the base of the cliff. No swimming is allowed.
6 Kayenta Trail

The Grotto

1.5 Hours – 2mi/3.2km 150ft/46m Moderate drop-offs, an unpaved climb to the Emerald Pools. Connects The Grotto to the Emerald Pools Trail.
East Side Tunnel Canyon Overlook Trail

Zion-Mt. Carmel Hwy

1 Hour – 1mi/1.6km 163ft/50m Long drop-offs, mostly fenced. The rocky and uneven trail ends at the viewpoint of Pine Creek Canyon and the lower Zion Canyon. The parking lot is right-turn only. Be aware of steep drop-offs.
Kolob Canyons Taylor Creek Trail

Kolob Canyons Road

3.5 Hours – 5.0mi/8.0km 450ft/137m Limited to 12 people per group. Follows the Middle Fork of Taylor Creek past two homestead cabins to Double Arch Alcove
Kolob Canyons Timber Creek Overlook Trail

Kolob Canyons Road

0.5 Hours – 1mi/1.6km 100ft/30m Follows a ridge to views of Timber Creek, Kolob Terrace, and Pine Valley Mountains
Shuttle Stop Hike/Trailhead Round Trip Elevation Change Description
6 Angels Landing via West Rim Trail

The Grotto

4 Hours – 5.4mi/8.7km 1488ft/453km Long drop-offs, Not for young children or anyone fearful of heights. First 2.2 miles are paved surface. Last section is a route along a steep, narrow ridge to the summit.
Hidden Canyon Trail

Weeping Rock

TRAIL CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Observation Point via East Rim Trail

Weeping Rock

TRAIL CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
9 The Narrows via East Rim Trail

Temple of Sinawava

8 Hours – 9.4mi/15.1km 334ft/102m Read information on the reverse side an check conditions at the visitor center before attempting. High water levels can prevent access to the Narrows.
Kolob Canyons Kolob Arch via La Verkin Creek Trail

Zion-Mt. Carmel Hwy

8 Hours – 9.4mi/22.5km 334ft/102m Limited to 12 people per group. Follows Timber and La Verkin Creeks. A side trail leads to Kolob Arch, a large natural arch.