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Highlights Zion National Park
- Outdoor activities
- Scenic getaway
- Historical landmarks
- Climbers paradise
- Hiking trails
- Canyons, Waterfalls
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Experience the breathtaking majesty of red rock canyons with a trip to Zion National Park. Full of hiking trails, steep canyons, deep chasms, gorges, rivers, emerald pools and waterfalls with hanging gardens, this destination is a treat for those looking for their next epic outdoors adventure. You will find most of these rentals located in the cities of Hurricane, Washington, and St. George east of Springdale, the closest town to Zion National park. The advantages of staying in these towns is that you will be close to restaurants, entertainment and shopping, while not sacrificing being near the world-class iconic park you came to see.A vacation rental for everyone
These accommodations are perfect for all traveler types ranging from solo travelers to large groups of up to 30 people. Whether it’s a cozy and intimate or modern and spacious rental you’re looking for, these Moab rentals have it all. Apart from the usual amenities, many of the accommodations feature a pool, jacuzzi, terrace, outdoor seating area and comfortable living rooms with impressive views. Unwind after a long day of hiking with a cocktail in your own private jacuzzi.
Vacations in Zion National Park
The area and getting around
Outside of the canyon area, there are more treasures to behold. Explore the golden meadows, red rock mountains, incredible vistas, and powerful magnificent rivers. You can easily avoid the crowds by visiting other sections of the park. You will find that there is such a wealth of natural beauty to fill your eyes that you might have to come back again. For hikers, this may become one of your top 10 favorite parks. Red rocks, stunning sunsets, brilliant stars. You might even see some wildlife while you’re here.Sightseeing and unique activities
Zion has so many unique sights to see and activities to do. Follow one of the trails to Weeping rock and be inspired by the natural waterfall and hanging gardens. A visit to Emerald Pools will reward you with some incredible views. For a bird’s eye view of the park, try taking a helicopter ride for a truly amazing experience. Zion is known for its incredible stars, so if you’re looking for more sights, go stargazing. Looking for something fun to add to your Instagram photo-portfolio? Do yoga with scenic views. There is so much to do at this amazing national park.
Travelers and activities
One of the great things about this park is that it has hikes for all skill levels and a shuttle to help you navigate the area. The Temple of Sinawava is the shuttle’s last stop. Here you will experience the striking beauty of this red rock formation towering 3000 ft above you. It is also a great access point to the challenging Zion Narrows. Zion Narrows is a 16-mile wading, endurance hike, granting hikers with stamina incredible views. The most difficult hike in the park is Angels Landing. This advanced hike leads to one of the most picturesque areas of the park. At some points you will have to hold on to a chain and go down sheer drop-offs.Zion National Park for adrenaline junkies
Travelers looking for their next adrenaline rush might just find it in Zion. Get your heart rate going with a rappelling visit to Pine Creek Gorge Slot Canyon, a popular canyoneering spot within the park that involves rappelling. The gorge is stunning and boasts views looking straight down into the creek. Easier access points are available for those who would like to get a look at this breathtaking site, sans le rappel. Thrill seekers will rejoice with the Jeep/ATV ride of the century. An off-road tour in Zion has many advantages for the adventurous. You will be able to explore the wildlife and terrain of the area from an exclusive perspective, and, without the tourist throngs.
„Zion got its name from late 1800s pioneers who named it after the ancient Hebrew word for refuge“
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This museum houses exhibits that will expand your knowledge of Native American culture and pioneer settlements in the Southwest. One of its features includes a water exhibit highlighting the importance of this essential element to the ancient people of the area and how it shaped Zion’s iconic landscape. There is also a short courtesy video providing visitors an overview of the park. A great place to get oriented before setting out for the trails.2. Take a scenic drive
After all your efforts to see the world-renowned beauty of this park, give your legs a much-needed rest without depriving yours eyes of the sights with a scenic drive. Depending on the time of year, you have 3 driving options: Zion-Mt. Carmel Highway, Kolob Fingers Scenic Byway, and Zion Scenic Drive.3. Visit Court of the Patriarchs
This incredible rock formation is another majestic viewpoint that allows visitors to appreciate more of the beauty of this park. Just a 5-minute walk away from the shuttle stop and you will be able to feast your eyes on, not to mention take pictures of, the iconic, craggy sandstone towers high above the landscape. You can imagine why they were named for the biblical patriarchs Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.4. Bike The Pa’rus Trail
This biking trail is great for all levels and grants stunning views of the jagged mountains, rivers and wildlife of the area. Photographers love to come here for sunset. The mostly paved trail is also wheelchair accessible and pet-friendly. If you’re lucky, you might get to see a mule deer grazing near the path.5. Face your fears with a rock-climbing tour
One of the best ways to connect to the natural landscape of the park, if you have the aptitude, is through rock climbing. If you’ve never rock-climbed before, you will have the chance to participate in guided rock-climbing trips suitable for all skill levels to empower you to both learn to climb and experience the red rocks and cliffs from a unique angle.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Zion National Park
What was the average price for a vacation rental in Zion National Park in 2020, the first year impacted by the corona crisis?
Zion National Park is one of the most expensive destinations in the USA. The costs for a vacation rental here amount to around $355.28 per night.
What time of year offers, on average, the best vacation rental prices in Zion National Park?
According to our data from the previous year, the months that hurt your pocket the least in Zion National Park are May, October and June, with average prices of $322.47, $326.82, and $328.35, respectively.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Zion National Park?
In 2020, the month that showed the highest annual average prices in Zion National Park was December, with an average price of $431.08 per night. This was followed by September, with an average of $397.38, and April, with $387.84.
Is Zion National Park a good location for a last-minute getaway?
In order to not have problems finding accommodation in Zion National Park, it is necessary to be proactive as 83% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
When are more vacation rentals available?
The most available months are, on average, April (with an availability of 42.5%), January (40%), and December (34.5%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
When are fewer rentals available in Zion National Park?
The months with the lowest properties available in Zion National Park are, in order, October, November, and August with respective average availability figures of 3.6%, 5%, and 8.2%, based on data collected in 2020.
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