Narrows in Zion National Park, Utah

Park Address: Utah

Latitude and Longitude GPS: 37.317207, -113.022537 

Park Hours: Open 24 Hours

Park Fees: Zion National Park charges $35 per vehicle and $20 per person. An annual pass costs $70 per visitor.

Visitor Center Information: Kolob Canyon Address: 3752 E Kolob Canyon Rd, New Harmony, UT 84757. Phone: (435) 586-9548.

Park Size: 146,660 acres.

Weather Summary: Average temperature in the summer: 82 Degrees Fahrenheit. Average temperature in the winter: 40 Degrees Fahrenheit.

Hiking Trails and Overlooks: Two Pine Arch Trail, Gifford Canyon Trail, Court of The Patriarchs Trail, Many Pools Trail, Progeny Peach Trail,  Parunuweap Pass Trail, Mountain of the Sun Trail, Destination Peak Trail, Cockeye Falls Trail, East Temple Saddle Trail, Lost Peak Trail, The Triplets Trail, Gifford PeakTrail, G2 Trail, Lower Pine Creek Waterfall Trail, Shelf Canyon Trail, Pine Creek Canyon Trail, Spry Canyon Trail and the most dangerous trail would be Angles Landing.

Mountains in the Park: Great White Throne, The Watchman, Horse Ranch Mountain, Johnson Mountain, Towers of the Virgin, The PulPit, The Spearhead, Beehives, Checkboard Mesa, Lady Mountain,  Mountain of the Sun, The Great White Throne,

Rivers: Virgin River, Cascade Falls, Pine Creek Waterfall,  

Animals Native to Park: Petite Kangaroo, Bighorn Sheep, Mule Deer, Bears, Mountain Lions, Rattlesnakes, Wolves, Rock Squirrels, Mule Deer, Ringtail Cat, Porcupine, Beaver, Mexican Spotted Owl, Mule Deer, Collared Deer, Desert Tortoise.

Interesting Facts for Zion National Park: Before it was a national park, Zion was a national monument, and it’s name wasn’t Zion. The park was first protected in 1909 when President William Howard Taft designated Mukuntuweap National Monument using the power of the 1906 Antiquities Act. In the 10 years until it became a national park.