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Las Vegas to Zion National Park - Fear of Heights

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Our family will be in Las Vegas this December 2013. And we were wondering about doing a day trip to Zion National Park. I have a fear of heights - sheer cliffs, roads at the edge with large drop. Windy roads, with gentle slopes on the edges, and gentle gradients do not bother me.

1. Can I drive from LV to Zion without a problem?
2. If I end up driving, can my family do some sight-seeing and explore/hike the area without worrying about my fear of heights?

The millions of breath-taking pictures entice the family to visit, however I am not sure if our gentle exploration will bring them to our eye sight.

Advice appreciated. Thanks.

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