Le coût du système de navette est inclus dans le prix d'entrée du parc et les navettes circulent toutes les six minutes pendant les périodes les plus achalandées de l'année. La route panoramique de Zion Canyon dispose de huit arrêts de navette différents et les visiteurs d'hiver trouveront de nombreux arrêts pour prendre des photos.
Things to Know Before You Go
- The trails along the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive are the park’s most popular and tend to be very crowded.
- Shuttles are typically crowded during the high season and parking can be hard to find, so be prepared to wait in line.
- You can stop in to enjoy a meal at the Zion Lodge but if you want to stay the night you must book in advance.
- The shuttle buses are wheelchair accessible and can accommodate bikes and folding strollers.
How to Get There
The most common way to travel the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive is on the free shuttle bus, but you can also make the trip on your bicycle or by car (if visiting in the off-season). Transportation is usually included on guided tours from nearby cities such as Las Vegas. The start of the scenic drive is 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) east of Springdale on Highway 9.
When to Get There
To take advantage of the park shuttle, visit March–November. If you would rather take your own car into the park, plan a winter trip. Either way, arrive early in the morning to minimize the crowds and maximize your time in the park.
Biking the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive If you are visiting during the busy season and want to avoid waiting in line for shuttles, try cycling the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive. Set off early in the morning before the shuttle buses start for the day. That way, you don’t have to worry about sharing the road with buses and can get into the park before the crowds.