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

Zion Ponderosa Guided Front Country Hiking Adventures

When you’re on vacation, you want every moment to count. When you’re vacationing at Zion Ponderosa, we can help you do that with guided front country hiking adventures. Our expert hiking guides can help you craft your ideal hiking adventure in Zion National Park. Uncover the hidden beauty of Zion National Park as you explore… Read More

Hiking in a Winter Wonderland | Zion

In winter, Zion is a wonderland—whether there’s snow or not. Last week Utah was hit with a statewide snowstorm, and Zion was the beneficiary of a lot of beautiful snow. And while snow isn’t a guarantee during a winter visit, you will find lots of peaceful beauty and solitude. Simply put, winter in Zion is… Read More

Freestanding Arches Zion National Park

Hiking in southern Utah almost always leads to something amazing, whether it’s a sweeping panoramic view, massive cliffs, a glimpse of wildlife, a narrow slot canyon, or a unique rock formation. A natural arch is created when cracks penetrate deep into sandstone, and weather erosion wears away the exposed rock layers. Water and ice cause… Read More