Five Reasons to Visit Zion with a Red Mountain Guide


Five Reasons to Visit Zion with a Red Mountain Guide
by Martha Jevsevar, Director of Outdoor Recreation

As timeless as the canyon itself, a trip to Zion National Park with our adventure guides is an experience to remember. We’ll help you check this natural wonder off your bucket list the right way. Experience the Red Mountain difference.

Logistics. When navigating a national park, especially during peak season, the details can become overwhelming. We’re always on top of shuttle schedules, parking, weather conditions, trail closures, and more. Leave the planning to us and simply enjoy your adventure!

Safety. We offer tips and tricks for hiking safely over varied terrain. All Red Mountain guides have been trained in CPR and first aid, carry trail necessities such as blister pads and electrolyte supplements, and are well-connected in the event of an emergency.

Immersion. Our guides offer an interpretive experience that connects the tangible sights, sounds, smells, and textures of the park with intangible feelings of empowerment, gratitude, and satisfaction. Learn about and gain an appreciation for the natural and human history that shaped Zion’s landscape.  

Experience. We know the lay of the land, including the best photo and lunch spots. You’ll feel like a local rather than a tourist when exploring the park with our experts.

Connection. Benefit from the synergy created by a group of like-minded travelers. You’ll remember your journey long after the day trip has concluded.

Our Zion excursion is a full-day hiking trip that will show you the best of the park with a variety of trails. During the summer, you can instead choose to explore the Zion Narrows, an exhilarating and refreshing water trek. We’ll even pack a healthy lunch to go!

Book our four-night Essential Zion Adventure Retreat and enjoy all the benefits of our Essential Retreat plus the day trip. Or upgrade and visit Bryce Canyon National Park, available May through September.

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