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Court of the Patriarchs Tours

Court of the Patriarchs
Named after the biblical figures of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the sandstone cliffs known as the Court of the Patriarchs are popular among photographers, rock climbers, and early risers. A visit here doesn’t require much time on its own, but it’s an accessible vantage point for capturing the beauty of the awe-inspiring Zion National Park.
Address: Zion National Park, Utah, USA

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Zion National Park Self Driving Tour

Zion National Park Self Driving Tour

Explore Zion National Park with a self-guided audio tour! Zion’s raw landscape has it all: staggering mountain peaks, stunning natural pools, and gorgeous vistas. See it all while driving, biking, or taking the park shuttle. This GPS-enabled audio tour follows along and tells you what you’re seeing. You’ll see and learn about world-famous sights like Angel’s Landing and the Zion Narrows. Use this tour to experience Zion via car, bike, or shuttle. Purchase one tour per car. Everyone can listen at the same time! Within 30 min, we'll send you two things: a unique password and an app. Download the app onto your phone, enter password, & download tour. Begin at the Springdale Visitor Center and stick to our route and speed limit for the best experience. Password is valid for 30 days from Travel Date. Because of poor signal at the park, turn off cellular data (offline mode) when touring. This is not an entrance ticket. Check opening hours and COVID guidelines before your visit.
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