Zion National Park is both the oldest and the oldest national park in Utah. It was the state’s first federally designated park (1919). It’s also Utah’s most visited national park, drawing more than 3 million visitors annually. The park is known for its slot canyons, towers and monoliths, rivers and waterfalls, and scenic sandstone.
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Photo: John Wagner
On the back of the card: The Watchman, a monolith of Navajo sandstone, is a prominent landmark near the mouth of Zion Canyon in Zion National Park. Protected within the parks's 229 square miles is a dramatic landscape of sculptured canyons and soaring cliffs. This unique geography and the variety of the life zones within the park, make Zion significant as a place of unusual plant and aninal diversity.