ZION NATIONAL PARK HIKING DAY:
Zion National Park allows commercial guiding on many of its trails in the main Zion Canyon area of the park. Our guides offer a fun and educational experience as they lead you along the trail entertaining you with cultural and natural history. They know the best routes and the best places to stop for scenic views and photo ops. Some of these trails include Angel's Landing, the Zion Narrows (lower section), Observation Point, and the Emerald Pools Trails.
ZION NATIONAL PARK HIKE & BIKE:
Biking into Zion National Park is a great way to experience the park. Your guide will lead the way into the park and up the Scenic Drive in Zion Canyon. There is very little traffic along the Scenic Drive, just the shuttle buses and people staying at the Zion Lodge. Your guide knows the best scenic stops and trails along the way.
OFF THE BEATEN PATH HIKING TOURS:
There are several areas just outside of Zion National Park that offer adventurous hiking minus the crowds of Zion National Park.
All Hiking Guides during the month of April
Zion Hiking Day
Hiking in Zion on ones own can be great, but there can be many advantages in hiring a guide for the day. A guide can help interpret your surroundings and make a day of hiking an even richer experience by helping you understand the forces at work here.
Zion Hike and Bike
There is no better way to access Zion Canyon than by bicycle. We'll avoid the cattle busses all together and head straight up the canyon to take in some of the more famous hikes in the park.
Slots and Arches Hiking
This awesome hike is a real hidden gem. Solitude is in abundance in the backcountry and that is exactly where we are headed.
Bryce Canyon Hiking
Ahh, a day of hiking and sightseeing in Bryce Canyon National Park. This is a truly otherworldly, fantastic place.