- Southeast Utah
- Early spring - late fall
- Rock Type:
Zion National Park is all about red rock and intense, startling rock formations that have become the very image of what people think of when they think "Utah outdoors.” Sandstone is the primary rock here.
Over a hundred routes can be climbed within the national park, many considered "classic.” The scenery doubtless helps, but this is an excellent place for crack-climbing and especially for wall climbing, oh, really nice, long wall routes. The difficulty of the routes varies widely and for every long and/or tricky route, there'll be something short and safe.