Why Hike With A Zion Ponderosa Guide?

Hiking is one of the most rewarding ways to explore Zion National Park—and there’s a diversity of beautiful trails ranging from easy and family-friendly to backcountry challenges. It’s easy enough to get around Zion on your own, but hiking with a guide can add greatly to the experience. Zion Ponderosa hiking guides are local experts…. Read More

Zion Ponderosa Adventures: Best in the West

Looking for adventure? You’ve found the best place in the west! Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort offers more on-property activities and adventures than you’ll have time to experience in just one visit. Guided hiking, canyoneering, zip lining, ATVs and more: if you’re looking for recreation, activities and adventure, Zion Ponderosa has it. GUIDED HIKING Experience our new guided… Read More

Zion Ponderosa Glamping: Where Glamour Meets Camping

Let’s face it: not everyone is made for roughing it, but sometimes you just want to experience a night under the stars. If you’d rather spend time in the great outdoors with more creature comforts than creatures—and perhaps a few luxuries—then glamping is for you. Instead of conventional tents, sleeping bags, and lanterns, glamping, a.k.a glamorous camping,… Read More

5 Things to Do in Zion in Spring

Zion is Utah’s oldest national park—and what better time to visit than this spring, during the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. From its lowest elevation point of 3,666 feet at Coal Pits Wash to its highest point of 8,726 feet at Horse Ranch Mountain, Zion is sure to amaze. Here are five great… Read More