Zion National Park to Grand Canyon Road Trip

Zion National Park is renowned for its towering sandstone cliffs, which are favored by rock climbers all over the world. The park has one of the biggest free-standing arches in the world, the Kolob Arch, stretching more than 287 feet.

The distance from Zion National Park to Grand Canyon’s North Rim is 110 miles, which takes about two hours, give or take.

Distance From Zion National Park To Grand Canyon

However, if you plan on driving straight from Zion National Park to Grand Canyon’s South Rim, this spans about 255 miles, with almost five hours to complete.

The impressive towering sandstone cliffs of the park combine stunning colors of pinks, reds, and creams, paired with diverse species of animals and plants.

Best Stops Zion National Park

Located in Southern Utah, less than six miles north of Kanab and less than one mile from the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, the Moqui Cave is a historic landmark and natural history museum.

Moqui Cave

A must-stop on your Zion to Grand Canyon North Rim road trip, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park is an adventure full of sand and fun—perfect for the family!

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park

The self-proclaimed “Little Hollywood,” Kanab, has been used as a filming location for more than a few films thanks to its classic American West vibe.

Kanab, Utah

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