Things to Do in Zion National Park Besides Hiking

Hiking is often the first activity most people consider when visiting a national park in the US, and Zion is no different.

But wouldn’t it be great to explore this magnificent Utah park without hiking? If you agree, you’ve come to the right place. There are plenty of things to do in Zion National Park for non-hikers.

Whether you’re looking for a secluded excursion in the skies or a thrilling adventure gliding over sand dunes, this ultimate Zion National Park guide has got you covered.

It’s arguably the best scenic drive through the national park, traversing 10 miles from east Zion to the southern entrance.

Scenic Drive on the Zion Mount Carmel Highway

Being the only hiking path that allows bicycles, the paved Pa’rus Trail is the top choice for biking through Zion National Park.

Go Bike Riding

This UTV riding tour takes you through the rugged terrains of East Zion to captivating slot canyons.

Take a UTV Riding Tour

This excursion is one of the most ideal things to do in Zion National Park if you’re not keen on hiking.

Go Off-Roading on a Jeep Tour

Another fabulous way to see the stunning red scenery of Zion National Park is from a bird’s eye perspective.

Take a Helicopter Tour

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