Things to See in Zion
Your Zion National Park vacation will entreat you to 229 square miles of some of the most picturesque cliff-and-canyon landscape you will ever see, including towering sandstone monoliths, narrow canyons, arches, and hanging gardens, as well as museums and an engineering marvel, among other points of interest. The Zion Travelwest "What to see" section features descriptions of the natural landmarks and points of interest you will not want to miss while exploring southern Utah's "Yosemite of the Desert."
Zion National Park Points of Interest
Zion National Park provides visitors more than just fantastic scenery. You will enrich your visit by taking the time to learn more about the Zion National Park history, geology, and plants and animal life through exhibits at visitor centers and the park's human history museum. The whole family will also enjoy driving the 1.1-mile Zion-Mt. Carmel Tunnel, which opened in 1930. While Zion Canyon is the most popular part of the park, you should also make a trip to visit Kolob Canyons, the lesser-known northwestern corner of the park located right off I-15.
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