Zion is hot in the summer under the scorching sun. In July and early August. Due to the intense heat. Visitors to the Zion National Park constant reminded. To carry a supply of drinking water with them. And although at first glance. Zion Park does not look like a desert at all. You should not lose your guard here. After all, it is almost as hot and dry here as in Death Valley.
The best time to travel to Zion National Park in autumn. (September and October). During this time of the year. The weather is not as hot as in summer. And the flow of tourists decreases. At the beginning of October, just in the golden time.
Zion National Park
Zion National Park, less than a three-hour drive from Las Vegas. Offers some of Utah’s most outstanding landscapes. With red cliffs, waterfalls, and stunning views. Many of the Zion National Park most impressive sites found in Zion Canyon. Along the Scenic Drive of Zion Canyon that follows the valleys. From spring to autumn. The tour bus takes visitors through the park along this route. Stopping at all major sites and tracks. Making excursions in the park easy. In winter, you can take this route in your own car. Zion-Mount Carmel runs east-west through the park and is a must-drive. This self-propelled route takes you high above the valley. And offers incredible vistas from observers in Zion National Park.
Sometimes referred to as a vertical park due to its vertical walls. Zion is a tourist paradise. The most popular hikes in Zion. Available from the scenic Phantom Dragon of Zion. And Zion-Mount Carmel. You will find everything. From simple walks along the valley floor to rocky trails. Like the famous Angel Landing Trail. That is not for the faint of heart, nor for anyone afraid of heights. If you’re here to truly experience the outdoors. You’ll find quality RV campgrounds. And parks in and around Zion National Park.