Zion National Park, situated in the southwestern part of the US in the state of Utah, is a virtual wonderland of visual imagery where the vibrant mélange of lush forests, sandy monolithic stone sculptures and the azure of the sky blend into an impressive landscape.
The park stuns with majestic cliff walls, canyons and tumbling waters with the elevations ranging from 3,700 to 8,700 feet. A notable highlight of the 229 sq. mile park is Zion Canyon, which is sliced from crimson and brownish navajo sandstone and contains the northern fork of the Virgin River, fifteen miles in length and up to half a mile in depth.
To plan your trip, visit the official website: National Park Service