Zion National Park
Zion National Park is a land of red, orange, and yellow sandstone carved over millions of years by water and wind into the 2,000-foot-deep Zion Canyon and the park beyond. Established in 1919, Utah’s oldest national park covers nearly 150,000 acres, is teeming with wildlife and plants, and preserves some 12,000 years of human history. Zion National Park is a feast for the senses and offers plenty of opportunities to hike, rock climb, ride horses, camp, or picnic.