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All reviews beautiful drive checkerboard mesa east entrance mile long tunnel big horn sheep hairpin turns take photos canyon overlook trail turn outs beautiful rock formations every turn pull over scenic route mountain sheep jaw dropping breathtaking scenery every corner
We traveled from Bryce via Mt Carmel Hwy and the ride itself was full of breath-taking scenery!! I wish we had time to complete a trail off the Hwy as I understand it also had fantastic views! A must see!!
The drive out Zion National park on Mount Carmel Highway is one to be slowly taken in for it's beauty. The valleys, the twists and turns, and the rock formations in the far horizon are just fantastic. Drive slowly and enjoy it if you are...More
Take your time and take all the beauty at you twist and turn your way down Zion-Mt. Carmel. There will probably be stopped traffic at the tunnel since there are rules about oversize vehicles. The 5 minute stop at the tunnel just meant we had...More
We took this road twice. Once on our way out through the east exit and once en route to the Canyon overlook, when we overshot our destination, but it was worth it, because it’s totally different from the other side of the park. The grain...More
We entered Zion via this highway and we highly recommend it for anyone visiting the park. It really set the tone for the trip. The roads are paved with A beautiful maroon pavement which added to the views rather than obstructed it with black pavement....More
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There are parking lots on either side of the road for the Canyon Overlook Trail. It doesn't matter which direction you approach. If you are coming from the East entrance, there is parking on the right before the trailhead... More
There are parking lots on either side of the road for the Canyon Overlook Trail. It doesn't matter which direction you approach. If you are coming from the East entrance, there is parking on the right before the trailhead and tunnel. Do you have a backpack carrier for your child?