Not much to say except sit back and relax. The shuttle driver does all the work. We didn't see any animals but the landscape was nice.
About Zion-Mt. Carmel Highway
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What a way to enter Zion National Park. Checkerboard Mesa, the tunnel, and then the switchbacks down to the canyon floor - we didn't know where to look next.
This is a great drive, with good road conditions and frequent pull-outs. We were here in mid-September, so perhaps a few less people than in the middle of summer, but we never had a problem finding a spot at the pull-outs. The views were completely...More
The eastern part of Zion has a very different look to it than the main canyon or Kolob Canyons. This is a great drive with a few beautiful things to see. Very interesting terrain.
This is a beautiful, scenic roadway that features panoramic views, winding switchbacks, interesting tunnels and sometimes wildlife. Drive slowly, because you will want to enjoy the scenery while navigating the frequent curves safely. We came around one corner to find a mountain goat standing in...More
Beautiful drive where we went through tunnels, saw checkerboard mesa, wonderful rock formations and canyon walls.
This is a great day trip from Vegas. We rented a Shelby Mustang from Hertz and had a blast drive through the park. We didn't take in any hiking as it was 109 degrees the day we visited. The views and formations are beautiful. There...More
Beautiful ride! While Zion is famous for the scenic drive i the main canyon (which during the high season can only be done by shuttle), this is an amazing scenic drive. From the eastern park entrance, where you hit the famous red paving, through the...More
We did a fantastic 2 week self drive trip, starting at Grand Canyon, then onto Monument Valley, then Arches and Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon and Zion. We loved the stunning scenery in the parks and found that the drives from one to the other...More
No sooner had we entered the part of Zion-Mt Carmel that is within Zion National Park boundaries from the east than traffic slowed down- to allow 4 bighorn sheep to cross the road. People got out of their cars and took photos as the bighorn...More