Zion National Park
One of the most popular destinations in Utah, Zion National Park is an assortment of red and white sandstone high cliffs, deep gorges, and towering monoliths that, when viewed, will make anyone’s jaw drop. Originally called Mukuntuweap National Monument, Zion Canyon is the park’s centerpiece and most visited area including such popular attractions like Angel’s Landing, Emerald Pools, Court of the Patriarchs and, everyone’s bucket-list hike, Zion Canyon Narrows.
Zion National Park and the adjoining Southwest Utah region is Southwest Adventure Tour’s “home turf.” We know this area well, simply because it is our backyard. When you book any of our tours that include Zion and the surrounding area, rest assured, you will be traveling with expert guides and bringing home a treasure chest of memories urging you to return to this area to experience more.
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Our sister company, Red Rock Shuttle, provides backcountry shuttling service in Zion National Park. If you would like to leave your vehicle parked at the visitor center or Springdale, be taken to a remote trailhead, then hike one-way back to your vehicle, then this is the service for you.
Red Rock Shuttle provides shuttle service that will pick you up at or near the Zion Canyon Visitor Center, then take you to the following trailheads:
- Chamberlin Ranch, Orderville Canyon or Mystery Canyon, where you can hike out through Zion Narrows to Temple of Sinawava.
- Hike the West Rim Trail from Lees Pass in Kolob Canyons/Fingers to Angels Landing and The Grotto.
- Hike the West Rim Trail from Lava Point to Angels Landing and The Grotto.
- One-way hikes thru The Subway – park and be picked up at Left Fork Trailhead and be shuttled to Wildcat Trailhead.