If you are looking for a national park rich in history and provides a lot of sights, Zion National Park is the choice. It is the oldest national park in Utah, is located in the southwest corner of Utah territory. When you enter through the East, the beautiful scenery that includes Checkerboard Mesa and tunnels “Zion Canyon” will welcome you. Moreover, Zion National Park is home to the stone forest, swamp formed from the desert, Emerald Pools, springs, waterfalls, hanging gardens, wildflowers, wildlife and much more!
Even so, the main destinations of the visitors to this park are a desert that holds the arch of sandstone with openings of more than 100 meters! Might be the largest sandstone arch in the world. Zion National Park is also part of the Southwest National Park “Grand Circle” which is the concentration of the culture in the region.
Moreover, Zion National Park not only provides extensive land for wildlife to live. In Zion National Park, a traveler can meet diverse fossil collection. One of the most impressive fossil evidence is the dinosaur footprints. In this place there are footprints of Eubrontes and Grallator.