A short hike in the Kolob Canyons section of Zion National Park, the Timber Creek Overlook delivers some big, sweeping views from the end of the trail.
Zion Narrows is a spectacular hike up the Virgin River from the Temple of Sinawava. For most of the hike you’re wading in the river below the towering walls of the Zion Canyon. (It can also be done as a longer one-way trip down the river, which requires a permit.)
Considered one of the most iconic hikes in Zion, Angels Landing involves a steep climp up to the end of a narrow ridge, which has a sheer drop on both sides. A permit system has been in place from April 2022 to manage numbers and improve safety.
The West Rim trail is one one of the longer day walks in Zion National Park, descending from Lava Point along the Horse Pasture Plateau to the floor of Zion Canyon.
Canyon Overlook in Zion National Park is a short but scenic walk just off the Zion-Mount Carmel Highway, which ends with an impressive view over lower Zion Canyon.