The SEASONS of Zion National Park

Zion National Park, a jewel in the crown of America’s national parks, welcomed 4,692,417 last year.

A staggering 60% of these visits occurred between May and September, highlighting the park’s summer allure.

Spring is a symphony of colors and sounds. Wildflowers bloom in colors, and the fauna emerge from their winter slumber.

It’s a season that offers moderate temperatures, ranging from 60 to 70°F, making it ideal for hiking and outdoor activities.

Summer is the most popular season, but it comes with its challenges—temperatures can soar up to 100°F.

However, the park offers nocturnal hikes and moonlit experiences that are nothing short of magical.

Autumn is perhaps the most underrated season. The park transforms into a canvas of gold, orange, and red.

The daytime temperatures hovering around a comfortable 70°F.

Winter offers a tranquil experience. Snow-capped peaks and frozen waterfalls create a landscape of quiet elegance.

However, be prepared for temperatures that can dip below freezing.

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