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Zion National Park
Photo By Chloe Porter

  • Title: Zion National Park
  • State/Province/Region: Utah
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Interstate 15
  • Nearest Town: The largest town nearest Zion would be Las Vegas.
  • Brief Directions: From Cedar City to the Kolob Canyons Entrance, take I-15 about 18 miles south. To Zion Canyon, take I-15 to Utah 17 then Utah 9 to the South Entrance (about 60 miles). From Kanab, take US 89 to Utah 9 (at Mt. Carmel junction) to the East Entrance. From Las Vegas and St. George, take I-15 and Utah 9 to the South Entrance. Airports: Las Vegas, Nevada, and St. George, Utah.
  • Notes: Zion is an ancient Hebrew word meaning a place of refuge or sanctuary. Specific places that are my favorites would be Observation Point, Emerald Pools, and Angels Landing.
  • Best Season: Spring
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