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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Enjoy Zion National Park's Season of Solitude

This newspaper article gives good tips on visiting Zion National Park in winter. Below are some tidbits.

Since the average high temperature in Zion Park is in the mid-50s in January and February, it's possible to find blue-sky days when the air is crisp and the trails relatively uncrowded.

"It's like a vacation," said Stephen Foltz, who stays on through the winter as a waiter at the Zion Lodge restaurant. "Things are a whole lot slower. I like it better from a guest perspective. You can relax and not be surrounded by people."

Read the entire article.


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