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East Zion: Cliffs Sunset and Backcountry Off-Road Jeep Tour

1. East Zion: Cliffs Sunset and Backcountry Off-Road Jeep Tour

Experience the sunset from atop a cliff in Eastern Zion on this guided off-road Jeep tour. Witness incredible sweeping views of Zion National Park's remote backcountry and stop at special viewpoints, free from crowds and interruptions.  Depart just before sunset. After a short drive on the highway, officially begin your off-road adventure. Enjoy the ride as your guide maneuvers the rugged trail, ending at a western-facing viewpoint just in time to watch the sun descend behind the cliffs of Zion. From this breathtaking location, see views of the West Temple, Parunuweap Canyon, Elephant Gap, and other major Zion landmarks. Take in the scenery and capture the experience with plenty of photos before hopping back on the Jeep again.  After another exciting Jeep ride and stop at a viewpoint, return to the starting point of the tour at Thunderbird Lodge.

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Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Antelope Canyon & Zion

2. Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Antelope Canyon & Zion

Enjoy an exciting 3-day, 2-night private or shared-group winter tour through iconic Arizona and Utah landscapes. Drive through the stunning Mojave Desert to the spectacular Grand Canyon, explore Monument Valley, and finish the tour with some spectacular hikes through Zion National Park. Day 1: The Grand Canyon National Park South Rim Enjoy a scenic drive through the mighty Mojave Desert, arriving at the spectacular Grand Canyon National Park South Rim, considered of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Stroll along the rim, hike into the one of the deepest and most diverse canyons on earth, or take in a bird’s eye view of this breathtaking landscape on an optional helicopter ride. Enjoy a sandwich-style lunch during the course of the way, and stay overnight at the historic Red Feather Lodge. Day 2: Monument Valley After a brief visit to a traditional Navajo trading post, follow the mighty Colorado River through the Painted Desert and wind your way through spectacular scenery to one of the most iconic locations on the planet. The home to the Navajo Indians and the backdrop for many famous western movies, Monument Valley is a real treat for sore eyes. Hop in a Jeep and traverse the stunning landscape with the help of a Navajo guide. Enjoy a sandwich-style lunch during the course of the way, and head in the afternoon to Page Arizona and Lake Powell, lodging at the Quality Inn, Page.   Day 3: Zion National Park Begin the day with a visit to Horseshoe Bend or Antelope Canyon, and then continue for a scenic photo stop at Lake Powell before heading to Utah's finest National Park. Visit the Zion Canyon, an impressive mix of white, pink and red Navajo sandstone cliffs and ancient petrified sand dunes towering over 2000 feet above the canyon floor. Spend the day hiking through the picturesque winter wonderland, and stroll to the emerald pools, marveling at the fantastic views of the Great White Throne and Weeping Rock. Enjoy a sandwich-style lunch and prepare for a return to Las Vegas at approximately 19:00.

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From Las Vegas: Zion Park and Bryce Canyon Tour

3. From Las Vegas: Zion Park and Bryce Canyon Tour

The day begins with pickup (starting from 4:30 AM) from your hotel in Las Vegas and heads out towards Utah. Soak up epic views of the sprawling orange landscapes as you make your way to Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon. At Bryce Canyon, marvel at the towering voodoos which create an other-worldly experience. Learn about how these impressive rock formations are created, and snap unforgettable photos for your vacation album. At Zion National Park, meander through the soaring red cliffs and follow the peaceful Virgin River. Soak up the magic of this incredible landscape, and feel truly immersed in the beauty of nature.  At the end of an epic day, relax on the return journey to Las Vegas.

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From Las Vegas: Bryce Canyon and Zion Park Combo Tour

4. From Las Vegas: Bryce Canyon and Zion Park Combo Tour

Venture into Bryce Canyon to marvel at the extraordinary red rock formations, and experience first hand why the government land surveyor T. C. Bailey wrote that the thousands of colored rocks of all sizes resemble "sentinels on the walls of castles; monks and priests with their robes, attendants, cathedrals and congregations." Get a closer look at the deep caverns and rooms resembling "ruins of prisons, castles, churches, with their guarded walls, battlements, spires and steeples." Continue to Zion Park to discover a paradise for artists and photographers, with pinnacles and extraordinary formations in a magnificent display of natural beauty.

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From Las Vegas: VIP Small-Group Zion National Park Adventure

5. From Las Vegas: VIP Small-Group Zion National Park Adventure

Artist and photographers have been drawn to Zion National Park for many years in an effort to capture its infinite variety of moods.  The incredible landscape of Zion is a magnificent display of beauty that is a perpetual source of inspiration and renewal for all. Once you experience Zion, you will long to return again and again. Zion National Park, located near Springdale, Utah, covers 229 square miles (590 kilometers-squared).  The primary feature of the park is Zion Canyon, which is 15 miles (24 kilometers) long and up to half a mile (800 meters) deep cut through the sandstone by the North Fork of the Virgin River. The lowest elevation is 3,666 ft (1,117 meters) at Coalpits Wash and the highest elevation is 8,726 ft (2,660 meters) at Horse Ranch Mountain. Located at the junction of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin, and Mojave Desert regions, the park's unique geography and variety of life zones allow for unusual plant and animal diversity. The park is home to 289 bird, 79 mammals, 28 reptiles, 7 fish and 6 amphibian species. Common daytime animals include mule deer, rock squirrels, pinyon jays and whiptail and collared lizards. Desert cottontails, jackrabbits and Merriam's kangaroo rats come out at night. Cougars, coyotes, gray foxes and ring-tail cats are the top predators. Golden eagles, red-tailed hawks, peregrine falcons and white-throated swifts can be seen in the area. California condors and bighorn sheep were reintroduced in the 1990s. Nineteen species of bat also live in the area. Zion National Park includes mountains, canyons, buttes, mesas, monoliths, rivers, slot canyons and natural arches. The geology of the Zion canyon area includes 9 formations that together represent 150 million years of mostly Mesozoic-aged sedimentation and beautiful erosion. Notable geographical features of the park include the Virgin River Narrows, Emerald Pools, Hidden Canyon, Angels Landing, The Great White Throne, Checkerboard Mesa, The Three Patriarchs and Kolob Arch.

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Utah: Zion National Park Half-day Hike with Picnic

6. Utah: Zion National Park Half-day Hike with Picnic

Start your adventure at Mt. Carmel Tunnel: A 1.1-mile tunnel carved through solid sandstone. Meet your expert guide and continue to the Zion Overlook. Here, enjoy spectacular views of the West Temple, the highest point in Zion’s main canyon. Make a stop at the rim of the canyon for a picnic with your group. Take a few minutes to relax and enjoy a delicious charcuterie board. Next stop: the Checkerboard Mesa. See this incredible natural formation famous for its crisscross etching pattern of erosion, which looks like a chessboard. Finally, arrive at Pine Creek Waterfall, a natural spring-fed fall located in the eastern section of Zion Canyon. After a little bit of climbing, marvel at the mesmerizing pools of the Pine Creek Waterfall.

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What people are saying about Zion Canyon

This tour was changed to the Antelope and Horseshoe Bend tour, since i was the only one book on the original tour on that day. And what an experience! The tour was so awesome! Probably one of the most precious tours i have had. Our tour guide, Denny, was so nice and accommodating, we made several stops just so we can stretch and make our trip comfortable. This tour is a must, the antelope is so amazing, and the horseshoe bend is awesome!!! I could never ask for more! Its worth the price! Plus factor is a knowledgeable tour guide in the person of Denny! Thank you and may God bless you!

We had a great experience with the Jeep Bushy Cove Adventure tour! Our driver was very knowledgeable and experienced. We had a lot of fun riding the big jeep. It felt like an African safari in the middle of Utah! Views are just spectacular. We also saw a lot of wildlife during our ride. I would recommend this trip to everyone who visits East Zion!

We had a blast on our jeep tour. We got to see Zion in areas that are not accessible by car. Jeff was a great tour guide. He gave us a lot of interesting facts!

Jeff was a great tour guide. He explained history and geology of the area, and kept us ahead of the storm that was in the distance.

Brady was an excellent guide. He was very knowledgeable about the area.