Greater Zion E-bike Rentals

Where to Go

Explore at your own pace

Where To Ride & Hike

HIKING: Enjoy a Half Day (4 hours) or Full Day (8 hours) of exploring Zion National Park, the city of Springdale, and the historic ghost town of Grafton! Avoid those shuttles, the long lines, and the schedules. Explore at your own pace and time

BIKING: Ride your eBike through the Canyon Scenic Drive (accessed through the Par’us Trail by the Visitor Center) and experience some of Zion’s most treasured hikes! There are bike rack at every trail-head for you to lock your bike, and explore the Park at your own convenience and schedule!

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The Narrows

Journey through a slot canyon through some of the most beautiful rock formations in the world!

Distance

9.4 Miles

Hike Time

Up to 8 hours long

Difficulty

Moderate

Shuttle Stop

#9 Temple of Sinawana

Emerald Pools Trails

It doesn’t get much more classic than the Emerald Pools Trails. The trail follows a small stream that collects in a series of emerald pools!

Distance

2.5 Miles (all trails)

Hike Time

1-2 Hours

Difficulty

Easy

Shuttle Stop

#5 Zion Lodge

Angels Landing

Known to for its thrill for heights, the hike climbs up over 1,000 feet along the narrow fin of stone that reaches a peak elevation of 5,790 feet. Follow a chain railing to the top, but know if these heights make you weak in the knees, it will take a double-dose of courage to trek this summit.

Distance

5.4 Miles

Hike Time

4 Hours Roundtrip

Difficulty

Strenuous

Shuttle Stop

#9 The Grotto

The Watchman

Trek across the river bank and experience some of Zion’s most beautiful sights.

Distance

2.7 Miles

Hike Time

1-2 Hours

Difficulty

Easy/Moderate

Shuttle Stop

#9 Visitor Center

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Swimming just off of the Pa’rus trail, biking to the Temple of Sinawava, and hiking Angels landing all in the span of a single afternoon. Zion is a magical place that’s made more easily accessible by bike.
Why Choose E-Bikes? 
Effortless Exploration: Conquer Zion’s stunning landscapes with ease. Experience Zion’s flora and fauna up close and personal.
Unmatched Accessibility: Reach hidden gems and scenic spots without the sweat.
Eco-Friendly: Zero emissions, preserving the park’s pristine environment.
POV: you stumbled across the coolest way to explore Zion National park:)
A short compilation of what a summer e-bike ride through Zion National Park can be like:)
A snippet of what taking an e-bike through Zion looks like:)
Zion is home to a wide variety of animals. Wild turkey, deer, and California condors are some of the most frequently spotted.
There is no place on earth like Zion National park. If you’ve been before, tell us about it in the comments. If not, it should be on your bucket list to visit at least once in your lifetime.

All shots taken by @blondejezuz throughout 2023.
Do you prefer the view of Zion while riding the shuttle or while on an e-bike? Let us know in the comments!

During peak season, getting into Zion National Park can be a struggle. Access is restricted to Zion shuttle system, which can be pretty slow going with the large amounts of visitors that come during the summer. Aside from the shuttles, the only other way in is by foot or on an e-bike. E-bikes are allowed everywhere the shuttles go, take about the same amount of time to get up the canyon and back, and allow you the freedom to go at your own pace while enjoying the views the canyon has to offer. Grab an e-bike and skip all the lines, avoid worrying about a shuttle schedule, and truly enjoy the beauty of Zion National park.
A short glimpse of a typical e-bike ride through Zion:)
During peak season, getting into Zion National Park can be a struggle. Access is restricted to Zion shuttle system, which can be pretty slow going with the large amounts of visitors that come during the summer. Aside from the shuttles, the only other way in is by foot or on an e-bike. E-bikes are allowed everywhere the shuttles go, take about the same amount of time to get up the canyon and back, and allow you the freedom to go at your own pace while enjoying the views the canyon has to offer. Grab an e-bike and skip all the lines, avoid worrying about a shuttle schedule, and truly enjoy the beauty of Zion National park.
Warmer weather is ushering in springtime in Zion!
Gloomy days and fall colors go so well together.

#fall #autumn #zion #clouds #fog #picturesque
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