Hiking Zion National Park
Hiking in Zion National Park is probably one of the most rewarding experiences you could ever have in life. The wide array of trails available for all ages and ability levels makes it even better. Not only are there trails to fit all ability levels but there are trails that fit the different seasons. Many of the park’s more popular trails are accessed from the valley floor along the 6 mile Zion Canyon Scenic Drive. During the months of April-October this area is closed to private vehicles and accessed by the fabulous and FREE Zion Canyon Shuttle System, during the remaining months you can drive your own vehicle to the trailhead parking areas. Additional trails are located outside of the main canyon in Springdale, Rockville, and in the Kolob Sections in the northwest section of the park.
More information about the shuttle system can be found at the official Zion National Park Home Page link listed below. For some of the more remote trail heads such as the Zion Narrows, West Rim Trail, and The Subway Zion Outfitter is located next door in the Zion Canyon Village and is ready to handle all of your outfitting and trail shuttle needs.