Kolob Canyons – Zion National Park
The 30,000 acres that make up the Kolob Canyons unit in northwestern Zion are a special area of the park. Set aside for protection as a national monument in 1937, and added to Zion National Park in 1956, this is one of those coveted places where it is still possible to venture into pristine backcountry and have a secluded wilderness experience. But casual visitors also find much to enjoy: a five-mile, paved scenic drive and two pleasant day-hike trails give an up-close view of the epic geology of the Finger Canyons, without requiring lengthy preparations beforehand.
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