The beauty starts modestly at the junction with Interstate 15, but as you move along this 5-mile road the red walls of the Kolob finger canyons rise suddenly and spectacularly out of the earth. With the crowds left behind at Zion Canyon, this drive offers the chance to take in incredible vistas at your leisure. Trails include the short but rugged Middle Fork of Taylor Creek Trail, which passes two 1930s homestead cabins then culminates in the Double Arch Alcove after 2.7
miles. During heavy snowfall Kolob Canyons Road may be closed.
Kolob Canyons Rd., east of I–15, Zion National Park, Utah, 84767, United States