Quality Inn & Suites Montclair
1516 Zion Park Blvd
Springdale, UT 84767
Phone: (435) 772-0266
Fax: (435) 772-0471
Utah's Zion National Park is a beautiful place for a visit. The huge sandstone cliffs, and the sights of unique plants, animals and birds will surely be memorable ones. This place offers you with a lot of adventures and other activities like camping, hiking, bicycling, canyoneering, ranger-led activities, river trips and much more. For a great day out with family or large group of friends, this place definitely offers all the excitement you are looking for!
Featuring a great variety of impressive buildings, the Zion National Park consists of buildings, national parks, etc. Also featuring the Emerald pool that has the lower, middle and the upper pool, the Kayenta trails, the foot bridges, the picnic area, exposure to the sun, and the water pools are sure to make the tourists leave with a smile on their face.
The Angels Landing Trail is a popular route among backpackers and hiking enthusiasts. It was built in 1926 by Thomas Chalmers Vint, and connects the East Rim Trail. This strenuous yet accessible trail is 6 miles (9.6 kilometers) long and features on the National Register of Historic Places.
Take a tour to the Hidden Canyon Trail under guidance of a well versed person and get a great experience of the trails. Covering the horse trail with retaining walls, the hikers trail with steps and hand rail, and the steep slope trails where hanging over the ropes are experienced. This trail gives one a complete tour of the Hidden Canyon, the site is individually added to the National Historic Place.
Getting to the Observation Point at Zion National Park requires determination and fortitude. The trail is quite steep and can get tiring, the total duration is approximately 5 hours. However, once you get to the look out point, with the natural splendour of the park spread out before you, it'll steal your breath away. After heavy rains, the waterfalls running down the canyon are majestic, and you can look out over Angels Landing from this vantage point as well as enjoying the walk through Echo Canyon. From rock formations, wildlife, eagles soaring above, it's a great way to experience nature. Get there early to watch sunrise break over the steep cliffs and canyons. From April 1st until October 30th a shuttle is available from the Zion Canyon Visitor Center to Weeping Rock. The rest of the year, you can drive to the parking lot and start there.
The East Rim Trail remains as a great landmark of the Zion region. The Zion National Park is bestowed with the East Rim Trail which spans over a total of 4 miles (6.4 kilometers). It was developed further by local rancher John Winder. Commencing at the East Entrance Trailhead, it climbs up to 2150 foot. It is a superb trail for hiking and overnight adventure hikes can also be planned with prior permission. The Ponderosa forest, the Echo Canyon, the Rock Cairn are some of the featured sites on this Trail. Spanning over nearly 6 hours, this 10 mile trail is supposedly the most scenic and spectacular trails of the Zion National Park.
Popularly known as the Riverside Walk, the Gateway to the Narrow Trail is a mile long trail that features some exciting beauties like the visibility of red sandstone that alloys with it's surrounding. This place also consists of a parking area, that links to the Temple of Sinawava with the Narrows. This one mile long trail was listed on the records of National Historic Place in on the 7th day of the 7th month in the year 1987.