Entries by Zion Bumbleberry Hotel

Zion Climbing Skills

Zion Canyon has 2,000feet cliffs, the biggest wall in ZNP, Utah. People visit the state from all over the world to climb these big walls as it is one of the famous multi-pitch free-climbing destinations in the United States of America. The ZNP offers a several number of Grade IV climbs are available for beginners […]

The Breathtaking Biking in Zion

Introduction Zion National Park is popular for having some of the best places in hiking across the world. Inconceivable vistas are flanked by huge canyon walls. However, little is known of the unbelievable biking in Zion that is made available. As a matter of fact, great steps have been taken to ensure of the biking […]

Heaps Canyon and Imlay Canyon in Zion

Plan a trip with your friends and family in winter to Zion for a little adventure and challenging experience. Sometimes the park will be closed during peak winter season, therefore, consult the park authorities before planning a trip in winter. And make your trip the most exciting and memorable. Nowadays planning a trip is easy, […]

How To Keep Kids Busy In Zion

Zion is one of the most Family Friendly National Parks to visit. Why? Simply because there is an endless amount of things to do here! From hiking, swimming, camping and many other activities, its hard to NOT keep the kiddos busy while staying here. Photo Credit: cwillayne on flickr For those of you who have […]

Zion Canyon Hikes

Zion National Park offers several grand hiking trails to visitors. It is totally different from other nearby parks including Bryce Canyon and Bryce Arches, which are the most popular parks in U.S. At Zion National park you can take the most exciting and strenuous trail through the surface of the Canyon to Angels Landing, or […]

Observation Point Trail in Zion

As you hike starting from Weeping Rock Trailhead up to the Observation Point, the trail is recognized as a Zion classic. The trail has a viewpoint as you finish the trail and it provides an iconic image of the Zion National Park. It is estimated that the trail is about an 8 miles (round trip) […]

Winter Safety In Zion

Zion National Park is located in Southern Utah which is considered “desert landscape” meaning that the temperatures tend to be a bit warmer than the more northern parts of the state. However, there are still chances of rainfall in the winter causing icy trails and roads, and sometimes when temperatures get low enough, snowfall happens. […]