Zion National Park is a stunning natural wonder located in the southwestern United States, in the state of Utah. The park covers an area of 229 square miles and attracts over 4 million visitors each year due to its dramatic sandstone cliffs, narrow slot canyons, and diverse wildlife.
The park is also home to the Virgin River, which runs through the center of the park and has carved out deep canyons over millions of years.
Visitors to Zion National Park can explore the park through a network of hiking trails, ranging from easy walks to challenging multi-day backpacking trips. In addition to hiking, visitors can also go rock climbing, canyoneering, and mountain biking in the park. The park is home to a diverse array of wildlife, including bighorn sheep, mule deer, and mountain lions.