Find Your Trail
Plan your next adventure in Greater Zion (the southwest corner of Utah) using our interactive map. The map is easy to use and includes suggested hiking trails from red rock deserts to alpine mountains. Trails can be filtered based on activity, difficulty, and distance. When you find your next trail, you can download, share, and print the map and directions for offline accessibility. Greater Zion is so much more than just one park.
1.5mi | Moderate
This trail is lightly trafficked and perfect for exploring at your own pace. October-April is the ideal time to hike it, but it can be accessed and enjoyed year round. Babylon Arch is one of the most satisfying hikes in Greater Zion and offers solitude and breathtaking scenery.
2.5mi | Easy
Yant Flat is one place where words and photos really do not suffice. This place has mind-blowing geology, incredible views, including vibrant candy-like swirls in the sandstone formations. This is the kind of place that demands multiple visits.
3.8mi | Moderate
Elephant Arch Trail is located north of Washington City, Utah. It is mainly used by hikers and horses to reach a delightful arch resembling an elephant’s head and trunk. Typical low-land desert landscape, lots of red rocks, and a cool arch at the end for the payoff!
5.5mi | Moderate
Eagle Crags Trail is a pleasant, family-friendly hike that approaches and circles east of the Vermilion Cliffs to end just under the impressive Eagle Crags formations. Along the way, you will get good views of the mouth of Zion Canyon to the north and Parunuweap Canyon to the east.
Our interactive map of Greater Zion makes it easy to find your next trail. Trails are easy to find on the map and include detailed trail descriptions, photos, and links to relevant information. When you find your next trail, it’s easy to download for offline accessibility on your mobile device.