The Hobbit Hole in Zion National Park

The Hobbit Hole is a secret unmarked slot canyon in Zion that is sometimes referred to as Lower Clear Creek Trail. The hike is short, easily accessible for most hikers, and beautiful. The most difficult part is finding parking in busy Zion National Park. Add the Hobbit Hole in Zion National…


Zion National Park: Family Guide

Utah has 5 National Parks within its borders. These include Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Arches, and Canyonlands. We also like to count 4 other parks as belonging to Utahns because they are so close: Great Basin, Mesa Verde, Yellowstone, Grand Teton. At Utah's Adventure Family, we think it…


Zion Kid Hikes

Wondering which hikes in Zion National Park your little ones can handle? We've done all the research for you and put together this handy Zion Kid Hikes guide that will help you plan the perfect vacation. Simply click on a link to be taken to our full review of each hike,…

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Weeping Rock Trail in Zion National Park

***Weeping Rock Trail is currently closed because of a large rockfall. Make sure to check at the Visitor Center for current information. Weeping Rock Trail in Zion National Park is a short steep hike that is appropriate for all family members. The distance to Weeping Rock is only 0.4 miles round…

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We think Kolob Canyons is a beautiful part of Zion National Park! This panorama was taken at the top of the drive.

Zion National Park: Kolob Canyons

Zion National Park has three areas: the main canyon called Zion Canyon, a back country area called Kolob Terrace, and smaller area called Kolob Canyons. The Kolob area is the easiest to access because it has its own exit just north of St George on the I-15. We also think it may…