ULTIMATE FAMILY GUIDE: WHAT TO DO IN ZION NATIONAL PARK
This Riverside Walk is a super easy 2.2 mile return walk beside the Virgin River and one of the most popular trails in the park. It is the last stop on the shuttle bus at the Temple of Sinawava.
There are a lot of factors to consider before deciding to hike the Narrows, especially with kids. It may not be a good idea if the river is too high, bad weather is in the area (as it’s prone to flash floods) or the water is too cold.
Hike the Narrow
Upper and Lower Emerald Pool
The Lower Emerald Pool trail is short and one of the easiest Mt Zion National Park trails and leads to the Lower Emerald Pool and bottom of the waterfalls. The Upper Emerald Pool Trail was closed when we visited due to rock fall.
Weeping Rock Trail
Weeping Rock is stop 6 on the shuttle bus and a very short 1/2 mile return walk. It’s pretty steep but shouldn’t be a problem.
Canyon Overlook Trail
The one-mile return Canyon Overlook Trail ends at the view pint of Pine Creek Canyon and lower Zion Canyon Utah.
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