Zion National Park, established in 1919 is located in the southwestern part of Utah. The most unique part of this Park is the Zion canyon which stretches 15 miles long and spans up to a half a mile deep. It is distinguished by its steep red cliffs and ends with the river called Zion Narrows which at certain times can be hiked by wading.

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