Category: Weather

June 2016 Zion Guide (.PDF) features “Sanctuary – The Story Of Zion”

Click “HERE” to download The Zion Guide June 2016 Digital Issue (.PDF) Click “HERE” to download The Zion Guide June 2016 Digital Issue (.PDF) June 2016 Zion Guide ON THE COVER: DSU presents “Sanctuary – The Story Of Zion” INSIDE: 11 Tips For the Best Zion Experience, Ten Less Traveled Hikes in Southern Utah, Overlook Hike,…

May 2016 Zion Guide (.PDF) features Amazing Earthfest in Kanab

Click “HERE” to download the Zion Guide Digital Issue (.PDF) Click “HERE” to download the Zion Guide Digital Issue (.PDF) May 2016 Zion Guide ON THE COVER: “Organ and Throne” by Jason Butler from Argoshots. See this piece available at DeZion Gallery. INSIDE: Zion Canyon restaurant, gift shops and services guides, Springdale Mayor’s message, top ten…

Utah National Weather Service issues severe weather statement for Wednesday

Utah National Weather Service issues hazardous weather outlook Get ready for a white Thanksgiving. Cold weather and possible snow are expected to impact the area the day before the holiday. The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City has issued a severe weather special statement along with a hazardous weather outlook for the most of…

Southern Utah hazardous weather outlook issued by National Weather Service

The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City has issued a hazardous weather outlook for southern Utah. The areas expected to be impacted are the Cache Valley/Utah portion of the northern Wasatch front, Salt Lake and the southern Wasatch front, the Great Salt Lake desert and mountains, Wasatch mountain valleys, the Wasatch mountains near Interstate…

Southern Utah hazardous weather outlook issued by National Weather Service

Written by Don Gilman The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City has issued a hazardous weather outlook for southern Utah. The outlook area is the western two thirds of Utah, which includes Cache Valley, the northern Wasatch Front, the Great Salt Lake Desert and mountains, the Wasatch Mountain valleys, the western Uinta Mountains, the…

Zion Canyon Music Festival future put on hold by Springdale Town Council

Written by Dan Mabbutt Zion Canyon Music Festival future A standing room only crowd gathered in the Springdale Town Hall at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 14, for a meeting with 24 agenda items. Many of those in attendance wanted to find out what was in store for the Zion Canyon Music Festival future, which was…

Zion National Park guiding rules live in the past

Zion National Park guiding Yosemite allows it. So do Grand Teton, Mt. Rainier, and Joshua Tree National Parks. In fact, virtually all national parks in the United States allow some level of technical guide services to operate within their confines, but Zion National Park does not. Visitors can sign up for guides to whisk one…

Message from Springdale Mayor Stan Smith

Written by Springdale Mayor Stan Smith October is a wonderful time of year in Springdale. With the onset of autumn, things are starting to slow down, the days are cooler, and the colors are thinking about changing. A lot of the hikes that were too hot to do in the summer are now very reasonable. For…

Zion press conference on Keyhole Canyon flash flood deaths

Written by Dan Mabbutt UPDATE 9/16 3:30 p.m.: Zion National Park Public Information Officer now reports 6 confirmed fatalities with 1 hiker still missing. Original Story: Officials at Zion National Park updated a media storm of reporters about the Keyhole Canyon flash flood deaths at a press conference held at the Zion National Park Emergency…