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The Greater Zion Visitor Center is a must for anyone interested in exploring the natural wonders of southwest Utah.

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Getting to Greater Zion is easy. Going home … well, that may take some convincing.

Travel to and around Greater Zion is easy. We can’t promise you’ll want to go home.

Explore the menu at right (or below on mobile) to learn about how to fly or drive in, check out mileage, and glance at the weather so you know what to pack, and check back frequently for travel alerts.

If you need more information, download or request a Visitors Guide by mail to have a to-go, go-to resource.

Know Before You Go: Desert Edition

There is nothing like heading out into the Mojave Desert to see towering red and white Navajo Sandstone cliffs, canyons & wildlife, amazing geological sites that exist no-where else in the world, cinder cones and an almost constant Utah Blue Sky. Our expansiveness of beauty is hard to put into words and better suited for first-hand experience.


Tips For Flying With A Mountain Bike

Traveling to different places on your mountain bike is a fun and challenging sport. This is a physical activity that everyone can enjoy. But instead of just going around your city, you can also take your mountain bike to another city or country, someplace like St George. There are many cycling tournaments and competitions where you can meet bikers from other parts of the globe, these cycling events in southern Utah happen much more that you think, and are always well attended.


Hiking In Zion With Dogs: The Do’s and Don’ts

We are constantly asked about visiting Zion National Park with dogs or pets. Unfortunately for animal lovers, most all the trails in Zion are not open to pets, even on a leash. There are a few other nearby places you can hike with your pup, but we thought we would at least get the word out about the do’s and don’ts of visiting Zion National Park with your beloved sidekick!