Area Activities

Canyons and National Parks

Zion National Park, Protected within Zion National Park’s 229 square miles (593.1 km) is a spectacular cliff-and-canyon landscape and wilderness full of the unexpected including the world’s largest arch – Kolob Arch – with a span that measures 310 feet (94.5 m).
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah is named for just one of many canyons which form a series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters on the edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in southern Utah.
Grand Canyon National Park, As one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon shows an impressive display of erosion and mother earth’s natural beauty. Stretching for 277 miles, the Grand Canyon ranges in elevation from 2,400 feet to over 7,000 feet above sea level.
Hiking, Wildflowers & Fall Colors
Zion National Park offers many trails ranging from short “leg-stretcher” walks to strenuous adventures. If you wish to go into the backcountry it is best to check in at the visitor center in Zion National Park for detailed information on the trails of your choice. For guided hiking or trail information you may see some information by clicking here.

A variety of life zones and habitats makes Zion an excellent location for wildflower walks in spring and brilliant leaf color in autumn. In the spring the cactus are blooming and Indian Paintbrush is visible throughout much of the summer season.

Zion National Park offers the photographer many opportunities to explore color, texture, and light. From the valley floor to the highest plateau the scenes change at every turn. Foliage on trails will make an excellent frame for your scenes. Sunrise and sunset present significant changes to lighting on the faces of canyon walls. There is plenty of wildlife (Turkeys, Deer, Lizards, Insects, Squirrels and other birds) to view and the river through the park is spectacular. When it rains you’ll find an even more spectacular experience with waterfalls coming down over every rock face. Zion Canyon Field Institute
Bicycling and Rock Climbing
The Pa’rus Trail offers a paved, carefree alternative for bicyclists to connect with the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive. Shuttle buses are equipped with bike racks. Biking is a great experience in and outside of the park with many trails in the surrounding area that will take you to scenic overlooks and through some spectacular backcountry. Check for more details with a local bike shop.
Zion Cycles
Springdale Cycles Tours
Brian Head Mountain Biking
Harley Davidson Rentals

Zion is known for its traditional and aid climbing. Visitors to the park will frequently see climbers perched high on any one of Zion’s most magnificent walls.
Zion Adventure Company

Zion Rock and Mountain Guides

Horseback & ATV Riding
Inside and outside of Zion National Park you may enjoy riding horseback along scenic trails and / or to scenic overlooks. Horseback riding in this area takes you back to the times of the old west when many were discovering this region for the first time. Options for riding are for one hour through a full day or multi-day ride. –

ATV riding tours are available as well, see Torque Motorsport Rentals

River Tubing
River Tubing – You may ride the river when the water levels are good. Take a nice cool adventure ride through the park and into the town of Springdale via the Virgin River. This is the river that carved the deep and grandiose canyons of Zion National Park. –
Zion Canyon Elk Ranch
The Zion Canyon Elk Ranch is next door. They raise buffalo, elk and Texas longhorn. These animals can be seen from the lane, road and pool area. Feed is available for those who would like to hand feed the animals.


Tuacahn Amphitheater
Tuacahn Center of the Arts is a professional non-profit presenting and producing organization that inspires creativity and greatness in the human spirit by providing world class family entertainment and education.
Tuacahn Amphitheater –
Utah Shakespearean Festival
The Summer Festival offers free nightly Greenshows featuring music, song, and tales on three outdoor stages.
The Fall Festival offers free pre-show entertainment before all evening plays.
Utah Shakespearean Festival –
Zion Canyon Giant Screen Theater
Every day this theater shows an incredible film on Zion National Park. You’ll see things in the film that you would not otherwise see. Also available are other large format films and first run movies shown every night. –
O.C. Tanner Amphitheater
Frequently you will find some excellent and even world-class entertainment at this amphitheater located in Springdale, Utah. The setting is spectacular and the seating capacity is over 2,500. Ask for details when you call for a reservation or click here to see a schedule –


Red Rock Shuttle
Red Rock Shuttle and Tours is a full service shuttle, tour guide, taxi for Southern Utah and Part of Southern Nevada.
Zion 4×4 Tours
Experience the back roads of Zion National Park in the comfort of our open air safari vehicles.
Antelope Slot Canyon
Antelope Canyon Tours is a customer service oriented business that specializing in slot canyons around Page, Arizona / Lake Powell Area.