People have called the canyons and plateaus of Zion National Park home for over 10,000 years. The remnants of their time here exist throughout the park and are protected by the National Park Service. These structures, from humble granaries to improbable highways, stand as testaments to the ingenuity of those that came before us.
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Kolob Arch, located deep in the backcountry of Zion National Park, is one of the largest freestanding arches in the world. More...