Winter Adventures – East Zion National Park
Hiking in Utah’s Zion National Park region.
With elevations ranging from 4,000 to 12,000 feet we can go high or low to find comfortable day-time environments for outdoor adventures such as jeep tours, guided hiking, and canyoneering.
Guided hiking during winter months in the main canyon of Utah’s Zion National Park are frequently ideal. Daytime temps can be in the 50’s or 60’s and this is near perfect when enjoying the various trails and unique terrains found within the park.
For canyoneering we venture to lower elevations slot canyons that are more open to sunlight and daytime warmth. These slot canyons are protected from breezes, and with appropriate layers of clothing you’ll find the perfect environment for exploration.
Dressed warm for a winter slot canyon adventure.