Watchman Trail gives you a panoramic view of Zion Canyon and the Virgin River.
Visitors to Zion National Park can also enjoy the splendor of the Kolob Canyons. Just make sure to stop by the Kolob Canyons Visitor Center to show your Interagency Park Pass.
The Subway is an interesting canyon formation, which resembles a tunnel for an underground train.
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You'll need to wear your water shoes when hiking – ahem, wading – through the Narrows.
The short family-friendly hike to the Emerald Pools will lead you to a series of pools that are often described as an oasis in the desert. Jump on the trailhead for the Emerald Pools right across from Zion Lodge.
These three peaks are named for the Biblical characters Abraham, Isaac and Joseph.
While many of the park's hikes aren't suitable for children, Canyon Overlook Trail is one of the park's easier treks.
Visitors can stock up on everything from books to souvenirs at the Zion Canyon Visitor Center.
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One of the more moderate hikes at Zion, Watchman Trail offers spectacular views of the Watchman spire and the surrounding valley.
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The Narrows is one of Zion National Park's most popular hikes.
Because Utah doesn't have a lot of light pollution, night skies are filled with the twinkling of endless stars.
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Although many of the trails at Zion National Park are strenuous, the paved Pa'rus Trail is great for hikers of all levels.
For epic views of Zion Canyon, travelers can take the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive from the Intersection of Highway 9 and Interstate 15.
According to recent visitors, the Canyon Junction Bridge is one of the best spots to capture a Zion sunset. What's more, it's located along the park's shuttle route, making it easy to reach. Just be prepared for crowds.
You don't want to find yourself atop a canyon or in the middle of the Virgin River when a storm strikes, so be sure to watch the weather reports.
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The narrow ridge that leads up to Angels Landing isn't for those afraid of heights.
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When you reach Observation Point, this is the view that will await you.
Utah-based Photographer Ryan Houston