ZION RIVERS ADVENTURES LOCATED AT THE ZION RIVER’S EDGE
ZION RIVERS EDGE ADVENTURES
EXCLUSIVE & EASY ACCESS TO ZION NATIONAL PARK!
Nestled along the lush green landscape directly adjacent to the Virgin River, Zion Rivers Edge Adventures facility is located just 2 miles from the Zion National Park boundary. With easy access through our exclusive Private Adventure Road, up to our very own Zion Lava Ridge Mesa, where you will experience spectacular up close panoramic views of rarely seen areas of Zion National Park and the vast and beautiful Virgin River valley. p>
Zion Rivers Edge Adventure tours include over 500 acres of private access to Greater Zion National Park and seven tour providers traversing the scenic landscape and Virgin River to bring you a world class Zion experiences that will provide you, your friends, and family exclusive access to a wide selection of private tour activities. Whether you are visiting Zion National Park for the day, or several days, Zion Rivers Edge Adventures allows you to easily plan your stay near Zion National Park. Avoid the hassle of parking, and the disappointment when you cannot find Fun Things to Do in Zion and Springdale, by visiting the Zion Rivers Edge facility and choosing from one or more of our amazing Zion Rivers Edge Adventure tours!
ABOUT ZION NATIONAL PARK - A LABYRINTH OF DEEP BRILLIANT COLORED NAVAJO SANDSTONE!
The geology of Zion and Kolob Canyons are includes nine formations that together represent 150 million years of Mesozoic aged sedimentation. At various periods in the time warm shallow seas streams, ponds and lakes, vast deserts, and dry near shore environments covered the area. Today, Zion National Park is renowned for its hiking and rock climbing, bringing visitors from all over the World to experience Angels Landing and the Narrows, Kolob Canyon and selection of slot canyons through the Zion National Park.
ABOUT THE VIRGIN RIVER - UTAH'S FIRST WILD & SCENIC RIVER!
The Virgin River is the lifeblood of Southwestern Utah, shaping the dramatic scenery of the area, and making it possible for people and wildlife to survive. The Virgin River is a desert stream characterized by huge flow fluctuations ranging from a warm trickle in the heat of summer to a cold, raging torrent during spring run-off and flash floods.
The Virgin River travels for over 150 miles from its headwaters above Zion National Park, twisting and turning through alpine forests and spectacular red rock canyons, into the Joshua tree flats of the Mohave Desert. Even though the Virgin is a relatively short river with over half of its length in Washington County it is unique in that it flows uninterrupted through such a variety of landscapes on its way to Lake Mead.
The North and East Forks of the Virgin River cut the spectacular canyons of Zion National Park, creating the beauty that draws visitors from all over the world. The Virgin River directly supports an array of plant and animals including many endangered species.