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Full Breakdown of Zion Nat'l Park (Prices, Trails, etc.)

Zion National Park is such a beautiful National Park with so much to offer, it is also Utah's first National Park! Whether you want to take a jab at the "one of the most dangerous hikes in the NPS", hike through slot canyons submerged in water, or just witness amazing beauty, Zion National Park has you covered! This post will break down all that Zion has to offer, hopefully to make your trip there easier!



Address: 1 Zion Park Blvd., State Route 9, Springdale, UT 84767

Zion is located in Southwest Utah.


Hours: Zion National Park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays!




Weather: The temperatures at Zion vary depending on the time of day you visit, as well as what elevation you are at. Temperatures between night and day time could vary by up to 30 degrees. Zion is typically on the hotter side, especially in the summer with temperatures sometimes reaching over 100 degrees! Zion temperatures are pretty comparable with the rest of southwestern Utah, from what I have noticed. Zion is at risk for flash floods, especially during monsoon season from July-September, and storms are pretty common. I recommend checking the weather frequently before heading to Zion, because it could change at any moment, and you absolutely do not want to be caught in a flash flood. The first time I went, it was a perfectly sunny day, and all of the sudden on our descent down from one of our hikes (luckily it was a short one), it started pouring rain out of no where. If there is any chance of rain, do not find yourself caught near the slot canyons, as the water rises very quickly in that area.


Entrance Fees:

  • Private Vehicle: $35.00 (Valid for 7 days)

  • Per Person (bicyclists, hikers, pedestrians without a car, etc.): $20.00 (Valid for 7 days)