Zion National Park

Denise Be...
We want to bring our horses to Utah. Can we ride them through Zion, Brice, and Pariah Canyons?
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Zion National Park, Utah, Archaeology, Health & Fitness, Flora & Fauna, Camping, Park Passes and Fees, Horseback Riding
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Hello, 

Thank you for your question! Bryce Canyon does allow horses brought into their parks to ride, however you must hire a guide to ride along with you. You can read more about that at this link: https://www.nationalparkstraveler.org/2014/03/you-can-ride-your-own-horse-bryce-canyon-national-park-you-have-hire-guide24806
As for Zion and Paria Canyons, they do offer horseback riding tours, but you would need to call in advance to bring in your own horses. You can call specific ranches in advance to see if they will allow your own stock onto the trails. You can get that Southern Utah ranch info here: http://www.visitsouthernutah.com/Horseback-Riding

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Sarah
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Park Love...
Out of these parks: Zion, Bryce, Arches and Canyonlands - which are recommended for traveling with our dog?
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Hi,

Thank you for reaching out to us! To answer your question, none of the parks you listed (Zion, Bryce, Arches, and Canyonlands) are recommend for traveling with dogs. If they are brought on park grounds however, they always need to be on a lease (6 feet in length) and can be out on park camping grounds, paved roads, picnic areas.

 

Enjoy your adventure!

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Telsha

American Park Network

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Robin Mid...
Can I purchase a single park guide? I am interested in the Utah's National Parks and Public Lands.
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Hi, 

Thank you so much for reaching out to us. If you are insterested in purchasing our Oh, Ranger! guides please email us at [email protected] and we will be happy to give you more information.

 

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Telsha

American Park Network

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scott tar...
What do you recommend doing in Zion National Park during 110 degree weather?
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River trips are a great way to have fun and keep cool in hot weather at Zion National Park. For more information on river trips, swimming and other activities, please visit the National Park Service's Zion National Park webpage.

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scott tar...
Are the Zion national park shuttles air conditioned?
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The shuttles at Zion National Park are well-ventilated. Please visit the National Park Service website for more information about the Zion Shuttle System. You may also call the park office at  1-435-772-3256 to ask more specific questions about the shuttle.

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carmencli...
Is there any level 3 and 4 white water rafting in the areas of Bryce, Zion or Lake Powel? Looking for alternatives to Moab area.
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There are many river trips and rafting opportunities available through Grand Canyon National Park. Please visit the National Park Service's website for more details about water activities in the park. You can also visit the NPS websites for Bryce Canyon and Glen Canyon to learn more about outdoor activities available at these nearby sites. 

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FJS
Looking for the best itinerary for trip start/end Salt Lake City and visiting Zion, Bryce and Arches NPs over a 10 day period in early June.
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The entries on our website can provide with you information about the parks and their hours and opportunities:

http://www.ohranger.com/zion 

http://www.ohranger.com/bryce-canyon

http://www.ohranger.com/arches

In addition, there are links to the park's official sites. If you're looking to camp/RV, campgrounds.com can be a good resource to find sites in certain areas. 

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