Zion National Park may require reservations to control crowds

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Zion National Park may require reservations to control crowds

Managers at Zion National Park are considering a single reservation option for visitors to enter and explore the park and another option that would allow tourists to enter the park at a specific time to visit specific sites.
Zion National Park is the fifth-most-visited park in the national park system.
People line up at Angel’s Landing in Zion National Park, Utah. The sweeping red-rock vistas at Zion National Park are increasingly filled with a bumper crop of visitors, and now park managers are weighing an unusual step to stem the tide: requiring tourists to make reservations.
Hikers wade through the cold Virgin River along the Narrows in Zion National Park, Utah. Because crowds at Zion National Park are overwhelming the landscape, park managers are weighing an unusual step to stem the tide: requiring tourists to make reservations.
Hikers wade through the cold Virgin River along the Narrows in Zion National Park, Utah. Because crowds at Zion National Park are overwhelming the landscape, park managers are weighing an unusual step to stem the tide: requiring tourists to make reservations.
The sweeping red-rock vistas at Zion National Park are increasingly filled with a bumper crop of visitors, and now park managers are weighing an unusual step to stem the tide: requiring tourists to make reservations.

Zion National Park may require reservations to control crowds

Managers at Zion National Park are considering a single reservation option for visitors to enter and explore the park and another option that would allow tourists to enter the park at a specific time to visit specific sites.
Zion National Park is the fifth-most-visited park in the national park system.
People line up at Angel’s Landing in Zion National Park, Utah. The sweeping red-rock vistas at Zion National Park are increasingly filled with a bumper crop of visitors, and now park managers are weighing an unusual step to stem the tide: requiring tourists to make reservations.
Hikers wade through the cold Virgin River along the Narrows in Zion National Park, Utah. Because crowds at Zion National Park are overwhelming the landscape, park managers are weighing an unusual step to stem the tide: requiring tourists to make reservations.
Hikers wade through the cold Virgin River along the Narrows in Zion National Park, Utah. Because crowds at Zion National Park are overwhelming the landscape, park managers are weighing an unusual step to stem the tide: requiring tourists to make reservations.
The sweeping red-rock vistas at Zion National Park are increasingly filled with a bumper crop of visitors, and now park managers are weighing an unusual step to stem the tide: requiring tourists to make reservations.
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