Zion National Park

Red and tan sandstone canyons dominate the landscape of Zion National Park, but its beauty is spread across 147,000 acres that contain four separate ecosystems: desert, riparian, woodland, and coniferous forest. This diversity allows an unusual range of creatures and wildlife to call Zion home.

The majority of Zion’s highlights can be found along Zion Canyon Scenic Drive, including one of the most dangerous hikes in the United States: Angels Landing. Those willing to make the final risky ascent are rewarded with dramatic views of Zion Canyon that are perhaps the best in the park.