Tushar Mountains wild mountain goats

Tushar Mountains Wild Mountain Goats

Majestic wild mountain goats are found in just one place in southwestern Utah, the Tushar Mountains. Located 60 miles north of Zion National Park and Zion Ponderosa as the crow flies, the mountains are named for the Paiute word for white, T’shar, and peak at 12,000 feet. Wild Mountain Goats Tushar’s wild mountain goats are well-suited for southern Utah’s alpine-tundra …

Zion National Park Packing List

Zion National Park is one of the most sought-after travel destinations in the country. Use this handy packing list to make your packing stress free and help you enjoy your trip to the fullest. Items for the Heat Bring some sunscreen and a comfortable hat to keep you protected from the sun. Zion National Park can get really hot, so …

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10 Things Zion Ponderosa Guests Want To Know

There’s a reason they call them FAQs — everyone wants to know! Here are answers to 10 of the most frequently asked questions we get asked each summer about Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort and Zion National Park. Do all of your glamping tents look like this? We have three Deluxe Glamping tents, which sleep five people. We have 20 regular …

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Glamping – An Outdoor Adventure Even Indoor People Will Love

There are some people who love the outdoors. These are the people who crave the fresh air, hikes through rugged land and encounters with harmless wildlife.  But then, there are people who prefer city life. Or at least to be indoors, enjoying all that the great indoors has to offer – shelter, soft bed and blankets, and perhaps a nice …

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Extend Your Zion Adventure with A Day Trip to Cedar Breaks

Zion National Park is surrounded by America’s highest concentration of natural scenic wonders in every direction. Just about an hour north of Zion, you’ll find Cedar Breaks National Monument, the Crown Jewel of The Grand Staircase. Cedar Breaks is a great day trip for anyone looking to escape the crowds and heat of Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon during …

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10 Cool Facts You Didn’t Know About Zion National Park’s Geology

Some people say that visiting Zion National Park is like stepping foot into the prehistoric past, a land of unimagined history and possibility. Once upon a time, the Zion landscape was covered by water that eventually gave way to powerful rivers. The rivers dried and desert sand dunes formed, ultimately hardening into Zion’s breathtaking sandstone cliffs. Over millions of years, rock …