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Fuller Fire Trail Closures – date posted Jul 25, 2016

The lightning-caused Fuller Fire is located on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, north of Fuller Canyon Road, about three miles west/southwest of Point Imperial. The North Rim Developed Area remains open. Current Trail Closures: Arizona Trail is closed from Lindberg Hill, north to the park boundary Ken Patrick Trail Point Imperial Trail Read the full article…

Pine Creek Falls – Hidden Gems Of Zion

Looking to escape the congested tourist crowds in Zion? Pine Creek offers that escape. The Pine Creek Waterfall hike is a short but beautiful and fun hike to take your family on, and will help you escape the large crowds and tourists. The thing with Zion, is that everyone always wants to explore what has Read the full article…

Fuller Fire Trail Closures – date posted Jul 14, 2016

The lightning-caused Fuller Fire is located on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, north of Fuller Canyon Road, about three miles west/southwest of Point Imperial. The Fuller Fire is currently estimated to be approximately 3,057 acres. The North Rim Developed Area remains open. Current Trail Closures: Arizona Trail is closed from Lindberg Hill, Read the full article…

Report from the North Rim – date posted Jul 14, 2016

The lightning-caused Fuller Fire is located on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, north of Fuller Canyon Road, about three miles west/southwest of Point Imperial. The Fuller Fire is currently estimated to be approximately 3,057 acres. The North Rim Developed Area remains open. Some roads and trails on the North Rim are closed Read the full article…

Be Aware of Lightning Danger – date posted Jul 14, 2016

Summer storms in the southwest are often accompanied by potentially deadly lightning. Visitors walking and hiking in the park are reminded that if they can hear thunder, they should consider ending outdoor activities. If the sound of thunder follows a lightning flash within 30 seconds, seek shelter inside a building or vehicle. If this is Read the full article…

It’s Dangerously Hot Inside the Canyon! HIKE SMART! – date posted Jul 14, 2016

Anyone who plans to hike into the canyon should take extra precautions to hike smart. Hikers should plan to hike before 10 am and after 4 pm, resting near shade and water to avoid the worst heat of the day. The National Park Service advises that anyone hiking in heat replace fluids and electrolytes frequently, Read the full article…

Road Conditions for Remote Trailheads – date posted Jul 14, 2016

Some roads and trails on the North Rim are closed due to the Fuller Fire. See the "Fuller Fire Trail Closures" update. After heavy summer rain (July and August) or winter snow (December through March), expect impassable backcountry roads. If clear skies abound after the rain or snow, then it is often just a matter Read the full article…

Trails Update – date posted Jul 14, 2016

Some roads and trails on the North Rim are closed due to the Fuller Fire. See the "Fuller Fire Trail Closures" update. Check in with the Backcountry Information Center for the latest trail conditions prior to starting your hike. For information about vehicle access to remote trailheads, contact the Backcountry Information Center. Hiking the Corridor? Read the full article…

Zion National Park BioBlitz – Where Dragonflies meet Citizen Scientists

Dragonflies can teach us about ourselves https://www.nps.gov/zion/learn/news/zion-national-park-bioblitz-where-dragonflies-meet-citizen-scientists.htm

Benefits Of Lodging In Zion

Zion National Park is a wonderful place to stay. The culture, food, experiences and diversity are one in a million here due to the locals, tourists and visitors that the park attracts. Staying in Zion is something that most people would dream of. There are many benefits to be reaped from lodging in Zion National Read the full article…