Zion National Park in August

Zion National Park is an outdoor oasis situated in the stunning red rocks of southern Utah. It will be HOT in August and because it's monsoon season, expect thunderstorms often.

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Visiting Zion in August: There’s one word to describe Zion National Park in August – HOT! You’ll want to limit the outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and canyoneering to the morning and evening when it’s a bit cooler.

The Zion National Park shuttle runs every day in August – check the shuttle schedule for the most updated information.

There are four breathtaking Zion National Park Scenic Drives: -Zion Canyon -Zion-Mt. Carmel Highway -Kolob Terrace -Kolob Canyons

Sunrise, Sunset & Night Photography are all great activities to do in August. You'll be amazed at the stars you'll see in the sky at night!

You'll need a permit to hike the popular Angel's Landing! The Subway and The Narrows are two famous canyoneering trails at Zion National Park. 


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