Looking for a twist on the usual Zion National Park -Narrows hike?
Did you know you could even hike the Narrows come mid-winter in Zion canyon?
It was a cold and snowy this particular day, but nothing that dry gear provided by our good friends at Zion Outfitter couldn’t fix!
Zion National Park is typically known for it’s mild climate and great spring/summer hiking, or it’s stunning leaf changes in fall. It is not however typically known for an amazing place to hike and play in the winter!
Did You Know?
- You can hike the Zion Narrows in the winter?
- There are at least 10 Adventure Guides and Outfitters in St. George & Zion that have expert knowledge and the gear to make your experience better?
- The 6-mile-long road into the Zion Canyon ends at the Temple of Sinawava. After this point, a foot trail continues to the Zion Narrows. The Narrows are as narrow as 6m.
- Hiking the Narrows isn’t easy; half the hike is through the waters of the river Virgin.
- Hiking the Zion Narrows was featured in the National Geographic’s America’s Best 100 Adventures.
- The park is open on all days of the year and for 24 hours. Certain services/facilities/permission may close or reduce hours during a certain time of the year.
- On Trip Advisor, The Narrows is Ranked #1 of 32 attractions in Zion National Park.
Let us know in the comments if you have been to the Narrows anytime, but especially if you braved them in the snow!