What would locals like others know about Zion National Park? Presenting relevant links in a somewhat random fashion:
Zion National Park’s Angels Landing transitions to lottery amid safety, overtourism concerns
Diane Regas: You’ll never see another ‘No trespassing’ sign on the Zion Narrows trail. Here’s why that matters – @sltrib @DianeRegas @tpl_org
Husband-wife team building tiny home oasis near Zion National Park
Popular Zion National Park Trails Closed Indefinitely After Rockslide – KUER
Explore: Scenic access to ancient rock writing; Santa Clara River Reserve
Tourism office to use ‘Zion’ name while promoting alternatives to national park
Zion National Park closures: What to know about trails, overcrowding before you go (2019)
Flooding causes damage, closes roads and trails at Zion National Park – KUTV (2018)
Oil, gas leases near Zion National Park; BLM announces decision – St George News
Three Zion National Park groups celebrate merger – The Independent | SUindependent.com
Zion highway closed after major rock fall
Bicycle Stories: Seeing an Old Friend, Making a New Friend at Zion @BicycleManSnel @ZionNPS
Tourism Created $175.5 Million in Economic Benefit in 2013
Zion National Park Searching For Better Way To Manage Desert Bighorn Sheep
‘Paving the Way to Zion’ recounts park’s early days
Would You Love Zion If It Were Called Mukuntuweap?
Visitor User Management
Zion National Park considers reservation system for entry
Website issue leads to extension of public comment on Zion visitor use management plan
Downloading the Zion Information Guide iOS
Zion National Park is 160 miles northeast of Las Vegas and 300 miles south of Salt Lake City. The park has two entrances, the main Zion Canyon entrance in Springdale and the Kolub Canyon entrance 45 miles north.
Scattering of Ashes
Question: Would you travel to Mukuntuweap National Park? = ¿Te viajar al Parque Nacional Mukuntuweap?
Elsewhere on the Web
https://greaterzion.com – @GreaterZionUtah
Zion Canyon Field Institute
Zion National Park Foundation
On the east side of the park …
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Zion National Park is famous for its sandstone walls that tower above the Virgin River.
Zion Canyon runs 15 miles long and up to half a mile deep
The bloom of the sacred datura (also called moon lily or moon flower) is often seen throughout the park in the summer. This familiar looking plant is a member of the family Solanaceae, a close relative of the tomato, potato, and eggplant. However, unlike some of the other edible plants in this family, every part of the datura is poisonous. Look for the datura’s beautiful bloom in the early evening and at night when its flower unfurls. By noon the next day, it will typically be closed.
Mule deer are named for their mule-like ears, a great adaptation for living in the desert. Large ears not only help them hear exceptionally well, but they serve as a cooling system. – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCwbeUtyW1E