In 1996, we opened the first Narrows outfitter and guide service in Zion. Just as we are the creators of Narrows outfitting, we continue to lead the way by providing you with the highest quality products and services. With over 24 years of working and playing in this area - and serving more than half a million people - we can guarantee you one amazing moment after another.
How can you get up the Zion Canyon's Scenic Drive?
1. Schedule our Zion Canyon Shuttle
2. Rent bicycles or e-bikes and ride the 7 1/2 miles to the trailhead.
3. Purchase National Park Shuttle Tickets through www.recreation.gov
Do you have room on your Narrows Express Shuttle?
Give us a ring or shoot us an email. However, we are receiving hundreds of calls and emails a day. We're making every effort to answer as many as we can, but it just isn't possible to get to them all. Please come see us to check availability.
How do I reserve bikes & e-bikes?
Call, send an email, and when you arrive in Springdale, stop by. We want to help you if we can.
BIke zion better on an e-bike
Where can I park?
Springdale free town shuttles have resumed. The Springdale Shuttle Line has received funding through the Greater Zion Convention and Tourism Office and the Washington County Commission. The FREE Springdale service, operated by St George Shuttle, will run 7am to 9pm until at least October 31, 2020. We haven't yet heard what the schedule is, but you can ride this bus to Shuttle Stop 3 - and that's where you'll find us.
Springdale requires a fee to park on streets and in lots. Pay at the kiosks and park on Lion Blvd for $12/day.
If you want the best rate available, park in the private lot behind Zion Adventure Co. For only $10 per day, this lot provides the best long-term parking option. Note: It's not ours and it's cash only.
If you want the best value, spend $20 at Hoodoos Market (right across the street from us on Lion Blvd) and you can park in their lot all day.
What is it like in the Narrows?
Here are your current Zion Narrows Conditions
Flash Flood Potential
Not Expected; stop by for any updates.
Water Flow Rate
That's pretty low and slow
Health Information Related to Cyanobacteria
The Southwest Utah Public Health Department has issued a Warning Advisory for portions of the North Fork of the Virgin River after toxin test results for anatoxin-a exceeded the recreational health-based threshold for a Warning Advisory.
Cyanobacteria blooms have been detected in the samples taken in the Virgin River at a variety of locations. Cyanobacteria are a natural, but when in abundance can affect the health of people, animals and other organisms if ingested. The health department recommends that you refrain from drinking, swimming or submerging your head underwater so that you don't accidentally ingest river water at this time. Many are hiking, but it's best to be careful:
Recommended Narrows Outfitting
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What Trails should I hike in ZION?
Here is our guide about Zion National Park's best trails.
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