ZION CYCLING FAQ
IS RIDING BIKES ALLOWED IN ZION NATIONAL PARK?
A. YES. Bicycling is permitted on all park roadways and on the Pa’rus Trail. All other park trails, off-trail routes, and the Zion-Mt. Carmel Tunnel are closed to bikes.
Your best option is the Pa’rus Trail (1.75 mile one-way paved trail) which starts north of the visitor center. The Pa’rus trail connects you onto the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive. You can then ride another 6 miles all the way up Zion Canyon to the Temple of Sinawava. It’s one of the best ways to experience Zion Canyon and avoid the canyon shuttles. Take a picnic, park your bike and hike a trail, or just enjoy the scenery as very few get to do—on a bike! If you get tired of biking, each shuttle has a rack for at least two bicycles.
Bikes may be rented at Zion Outfitter (located right before the park entrance on the west side of