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You are responsible for your own safety and survival. This guide is to be used as an aid and only to be used at your own risk.
The very nature of outdoor recreation has a potential hazard. Use good judgment, do not take kids where they should not go, and be prepared. Use good decision making skills. You are responsible for your own safety. Hiking the off-trail routes in this guide: Many of the hikes in this guide are "off the beaten path" or non-classic trails. These are not trails, but rather a way to get to a certain destination. Many of these places involve climbing, swimming, use of technical skills or other manner of locomotion.
We encourage all that plan to use these routes to research their routes through before attempting them. Heed all cautions when hiking. Check weather conditions, wear appropriate attire and bring plenty of water on hikes. Many of the routes in this guide lead to places where rescue might be impossible. Be aware that weather, flash flooding and other condition may change trails, hikes and routes. Hiking in extreme weather, either hot or cold can make a simple hike dangerous.
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Private vehicles can travel SR-9, from Zion's south entrance, out the east entrance (or visa versa) to the junction of SR-9 & US-89 year-round, 24 hours a day. See tunnel restrictions for Oversized Vehicles.
Summer, Spring and Fall, the only access to the Scenic Zion Canyon Drive is via Zion's shuttle, but during the winter private vehicles can travel in the canyon. Exact dates the shuttle runs may vary.
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