Entries by Zion Bumbleberry Hotel

Things To Do in Zion Other Than Hiking

You would be surprised to find out that there is so much more to Zion than just hiking. The cool thing about Zion is that it is one of the most bike friendly National Parks. Have you ever considered going on a thrilling mountain biking adventure on the back trails of the park? That’s right. […]

What to Expect When Hiking Emerald Pools

Want to go on a hike on a super-hot day in Zion National Park, but need something moderately easy with plenty of shade to keep you cool? Emerald Pools is a refreshing and beautifully scenic hike for those who need something a little less extreme. Only a .6 mile long hike this is the perfect […]

Hiking Water Needs in Zion – How Much do You Need to Carry?

Water keeps you hydrated when you are hiking in places like Zion Canyon, it is one of the most essential items that you should carry when you are going hiking.  You need to carry a lot of water, which makes your back pack heavier, but sometimes it’s a better idea to carry small bottles instead […]

Hidden Gems – City Parks in Springdale

Did you know that Springdale has some of the prettiest city parks you’ll find anywhere? And one of them is tucked back a bit so 99% of people who visit Zion don’t even know it exists! Well, here’s the low down on two of them, with our favorite being the hidden gem of sorts. This […]

Fall in Zion Canyon

There are few things we love more than fall in Zion Canyon. The colors, the temperature, the views, the fun. Not to mention all of the events that are going on this fall. From the live music every weekend, to the 10k runs, to the bike races. There really is so much to see and […]

The Canyon Overlook Trail in Zion

The Canyon Overlook Trail in Zion is one of the more popular hikes in Zion. For a couple reasons, the view is amazing, and the approach is quite simple. You’ll encounter the young to the old on this trail, as there is very little uphill, and the trail itself is short. But as you can […]

Benefits to Biking Rather Than Riding a Car or Bus in Zion

What is riding a bike for you? If you are a youngster, riding a bike is an inalienable part of your life as you still do not have enough money for your own car. Some young people even reject all the comfort and speed of cars and prefer to continue riding a bike, but they […]

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Staying Hydrated While Hiking in Zion

Many people are aware of the fact that people can survive without any food for several days and weeks, but without water they cannot survive even for a couple of days. But did you know that those survival periods are based on the weather conditions and activities that you are participating in as well? When […]

Incredible Weekend Biking Experience in Zion

Biking in Zion National park is one of my favorite things to do. You don’t think there are many places to go, but allow me to tell you about my experience biking Zion a couple of weeks ago. We started biking right in the middle of Springdale, about where the park is. Our goal was […]

Zion Fee Free Day This Weekend

This weekend is opening week for National Parks and to celebrate they’re offering fee free access on Saturday and Sunday April 18th and 19th. Fee Free Day: NPS Glowing Alley by Kan Khampanya on 500px