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Zion Rock and Mountain Guides are here to help you so that you can see the breathtaking vistas and incredible sites that many people are not aware of. Vacations are like herding cats sometimes. We have found the off-road expeditions to epic lookouts away from the crowds.

We have to choose wisely where we are heading when we are in a place as special as Zion National Park. Our Jeep Tours are personalized for your group’s level of comfort and sense of adventure. Our company wants to make sure that your tour is amazing as possible we have experts in yoga, photography, and artwork that can be incorporated into the trip for that have interests in these areas.

Zion Rock and Mountain Guides has a mission to help people visiting our area to get the most out of their stay. We are here to help you plan your expedition for the people that you care about to share stories about this trip for years to come.

Our jeep tours enter the back-country in the areas surrounding Zion National Park, offering views toward the park, and of the many nearby scenic formations. We also take tours onto large scenic plateaus within visible distance of Bryce Canyon National Park.

About Zion National Park:
Zion National Park has been rated as America’s #1 national park. The monoliths of Zion National Park tower thousands of feet above the canyon floor. The Virgin River flows through narrow sandstone slot canyons along the canyon floor, and walking / hiking trails lead to lush hanging gardens and magnificent canyon views. The Mormon pioneers who settled this region called this majestic area Zion. Zion National Park celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2009. Zion is the oldest and most visited of Utah’s five national parks, and offers more than 70 miles of trails. There area also 37 miles of paved roads traversing 147,000 acres of canyon wilderness. In Zion National Park you’ll find some famous and frequently visited landmarks such as; Checkerboard Mesa, Court of the Patriarchs, Weeping Rock, Angels Landing, the Narrows, East and West Temples, and the Great White Throne which is one of the largest monoliths in the world. Visitors to the Fingers of Kolob, in the northwest section of the park, will experience extraordinary scenery and back-country hiking.