Hiking / Shuttles

Zion National Park Shuttle

To visit the main canyon of Zion National Park, during 9-10 months of the year, it is mandatory to board the Zion National Park shuttle at the park visitor center.  There are times in December, January, February when it is currently permissible to drive your own vehicle into the main canyon. 

Zion Ponderosa Shuttle Services

We offer a shuttle to the visitor center at the mouth of the main canyon from Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort, as provided by our sister company East Zion Adventures.  This can enable you to not worry about parking your own vehicle at the visitor center, or in Springdale, while you enter the main canyon on the Zion Shuttle. Please note that shuttle drop-off and pick-up services must be scheduled in advance.

Trails Accessed from Zion Ponderosa:  We shares several miles of common fence and breathtaking scenery with Zion Park. We offer daily (or multiple times each day) hiking shuttles which depart Zion Ponderosa and drops you off at the trail-head of your choice.  Most common is the Observation Point Shuttle (East Mesa Trail Shuttle).

Choose from these hiking trails that begin on our property; Observation Point (East Mesa Trail), Cable Mountain, Deer-Trap Mountain, Echo Canyon, East Rim Trail and Orderville Gulch. We can also arrange to pick you up and bring you back to Zion Ponderosa. For the hikes that go into Zion, we will pick you at a scheduled location.

As our guest you have the option to choose from short nature walks, to Zion National Park overlook hiking trails with views from high plateaus ranging over two thousand five hundred feet above the canyon floor.

Zion hiking will give you the thrill of a lifetime with options to journey through the world famous Zion Narrows, a slot canyon that is part of the series of slot canyons that form Zion Canyon.