Zion National Park - Winter

5 Things To Do This Winter At Zion National Park

There’s something special about Zion National Park in every season, but when winter weather rolls around, it’s a great time to visit Utah’s most popular national park. Winter in Zion National Park is mild, with daytime temperatures averaging about 50 degrees throughout December, January, and February. Night temperatures can drop but having a cozy indoor cabin or vacation home to …

Bighorn Sheep Zion National Park

10 Cool Facts About Zion’s Wildlife

Cool Facts About Zion National Park Wildlife Did you know that Zion National Park is home to hundreds of animal species? Thanks to its elevation range (3,800 feet to 8,800 feet), Zion National Park has various microclimates and habitats that support 78 species of mammals, 291 species of birds, 44 species of reptiles and amphibians, and eight species of fish. …

Zion National Park Widlife

Of all the animals that are possible to view in Zion National Park, perhaps the desert bighorn sheep is the most intriguing. Bighorn sheep were reintroduced to Zion National Park in the 1970’s and have adapted well to the environment on the upper eastern sections of the park. Bighorn sheep are commonly spotted on the rock formations and along the …