Zion National Park No Longer Issuing Narrows Top Down Hiking Permits
Effective immediately, Zion National Park has stopped issuing Wilderness permits to hike the Zion Narrows top-down. This includes the 16-mile day hike and all overnight use. The route crosses private land and the landowner has revoked permission for public access....— Zion National Park (@ZionNPS) September 25, 2018
...“Private Property, No Trespassing” signs have recently been posted. Day hiking from the Temple of Sinawava is open to Big Spring. Upstream travel beyond Big Spring is prohibited. Zion National Park is working with the landowner to resolve access issues.— Zion National Park (@ZionNPS) September 25, 2018
HikeStGeorge is a project that began as a seedling for Tim LeBaron in the early part of 2008, but really didn’t begin to blossom until the latter part of 2011. The original idea behind the site was to bring to light all of the harder to find, or “less known” hidden gems of the area. It was more of a pet project than anything. As excitement about the site began to spread, there was more of a push to develop information about all hikes in the Southern Utah Region.