Mapping Out Zion National Park

Approximately 4.3 million people visit Zion National Park every year to enjoy the beautiful sandstone cliffs of cream, pink, and red that mix with a brilliant blue sky. Here is located one of the most dangerous hikes in the world: Angels Landing.

Visitors flock from around the globe to take in a natural beauty that has been so dutifully preserved. To make your visit to Zion National Park a little easier, we’ve included a few maps of the park below.

Map 1 - Zion-Park-Map-Website

Map 1 – Zion-Park-Map is a map of the entire park. We recommend you to visit the Emerald Pools, it’s an ideal hike for everyone. It has 3 levels, the lower level is ideal if you’re visiting with kids.

Click on it to enlarge the image and see the various trails in detail.

Map 2 - Zion-Canyon-Map-Website

Map 2 – Zion-Canyon-Map is a map of Zion Canyon – a beautiful drive for those wanting a quick overview of the park. Take a special look at the Zion History Museum, which shows part of the history of the American Indians, pioneers & Zion National Park.

Also, the Zion National Park visitor center is close to the museum in case you need some information. 

Map 3 - ZIONAreaMap_web-2

Map 3 – ZIONAreaMap puts the park in relation to the surrounding area. While touring Zion, you may as well visit a few other world-renown sites. The short drive will be well worth your time.

To be close to Zion, you can book any of the family reunion rentals in Utah at Coral Springs Resort

Live Well, Travel Better

Weston Sill

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