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Zion National Park
Zion National Park, America’s
first national park, is instantly recognisable by the iconic soaring towers
made from sandstone that have developed over thousands of years.
The Virgin River has eroded the
native sandstone to create the incredible scenery found in Zion Canyon and the
river itself now serves as a natural corridor for exploring Zion National Park
for the 3 million annual visitors.
is an abundance of activities for everyone in Zion National Park. Hikes and
trails are what instantly springs to mind when you think of national parks, and
Zion National Park certainly has its fair share for all experience levels - for
those looking for a casual, slow-paced walk to experienced hikers looking for a
challenge. Anyone looking for a more adrenaline-fueled adventure can tour Zion
National Park in one of the Jeep tours, going completely off-road and exploring
every terrain in this desert playground, giving a completely unique insight
into the amazing rock formations of Zion National Park.
Alternatively, you can kick back and relax and catch the latest blockbusters right in the middle of Zion National Park, on a screen 9 times the size of the average cinema screen complete with surround sound and 3D capabilities. There are plenty of children’s activities too, with workshops taking place in a number of locations for a chance for you and your children to get stuck into an activity such as arts and crafts or learning a new skill. Golf is one of the most popular activities in Zion National Park, with the vast landscapes and open scenery it is perfect for golf fanatics to visit one of the six golf courses available to the public.
To fully enjoy your visit to Zion National Park why not extend your stay? With accommodation to suit everyone from RV’s to retreats, from camping to hotels, whatever you’re looking for is catered to in Zion National Park.