One of the most well-liked walks in Zion National Park is the Narrows Trek. Additionally, it is a well-known climb to a slot canyon.
Previously known as the Temple of Aeolus, Angels Landing is a 1,488-foot (454 m) towering rock feature in southwest Utah's Zion National Park.
Zion Canyon Scenic Drive
The Virgin River and well-known park features including Angel's Landing, the Court of the Patriarchs, and Twin Brothers Mountain are all passed by on the route.
The Middle Fork of Taylor Creek leads to Double Arch Alcove, where the first and well-traveled of three maintained routes in the Kolob Canyons region begins.
Canyon Overlook Trail
This trail was once known as the "Great Arch Trail" until the 1940s, but it was most likely renamed Canyon Overlook Trail after that.
Zion National Park may be seen in its entirety from Observation Point, which is located 2,000 feet above the northern end of Zion Canyon.
Zion-Mt. Carmel Highway
The Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel is one of the most well-known parts of the highway. It is 1.1 miles long and was opened in 1930.
The Emerald Pools, a collection of paths and pools that offer simple to moderate hiking options, located directly across the street from Zion Lodge.
Starting at the Temple of Sinawava, the Riverside Walk travels beside the Virgin River. It is a lovely route.
The Watchman, which bears the trail's name, is one of Zion Canyon's most spectacular rock formations, which may be seen when hiking the Watchman Trail.