Sunday, December 09, 2007

If you go to Zion National Park

GETTING THERE: Zion National Park is in southwestern Utah, about 300 miles southwest of Salt Lake City.

GETTING IN: For motorists, a seven-day permit costs $25 per vehicle. Be warned that vehicle access is severely limited much of the year. Permits for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcycle riders cost $12 a person. Annual passes, good at Zion only, cost $50.

If you're planning to visit several national parks in the next year, an America the Beautiful annual pass costs $80 and permits access to national parks and other federal recreation areas. Call 888-ASK-USGS or see

A lifetime senior pass for citizens or permanent residents 62 and older costs $10. Lifetime passes for permanently disabled Americans are free.
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