Updated Zion Canyon Shuttle Info
Zion Has Discontinued the Need for a Shuttle Ticket
Shuttles will be loaded to pre-Covid-19 capacities on a first come, first served basis. Masks continue to be required when on the shuttle.
The shuttle bus schedule can be found on the park’s website and at park shuttle stops. Face masks must be worn on the shuttle buses.
There are two shuttle routes. The first is in the park. It runs from the visitor center up the Scenic Drive to destinations like the Zion Lodge and trailheads, including Emerald Pools, West Rim Trail, and Temple of Sinawava where hikers depart for the Narrows.
The second shuttle route is located in the Town of Springdale. It stops at 9 locations in town and picks up and drops off visitors at the park’s pedestrian/bike entrance.
Beyond Zion Canyon
There are many beautiful and interesting places in southern Utah near Zion. Within Zion National Park there are many trails and viewpoints not located on the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive. Visit the park website, www.nps.gov/zion, for more information about the park and recreational activities. Nearby public lands are also open for visitors. Our front desk is happy to advise hikes in the area. The National Park Service official app, as well as the Greater Zion app are great resources for planning your trip and getting to know the area before visiting.