The 6-mile Zion Canyon Scenic Drive is open to private vehicles for the winter season. Shuttle service will resume on March 15, 2015. Shuttle Schedule
Winters in Zion National Park are cold and often wet. Temperatures can range from highs of 50-60°F during the day to lows well below freezing at night. Nearly half of the annual precipitation in Zion Canyon falls between the months of December and March. Check the weather forecast and know what to expect on the Weather and Climate page, or find out what it looks like now on the park webcam.
River ConditionsFlow Rate of the Virgin River
Road ConditionsFrom November to May, road conditions in the park will be updated here. In addition to this page, you can also find updated road conditions on Twitter. For Utah road conditions, call 866-511-8824, or if you are in Utah, dial
5-1-1 on your cell phone.
Zion Canyon Scenic Drive: 1/20/15: Clear and dry.
Zion-Mt. Carmel Highway: 1/20/15: Clear and dry. Large Vehicle Information
Kolob Canyons Road: 1/20/15: Open. Some icy spots in shaded areas, but mostly clear and dry. In winter, the Kolob Canyons Road closes frequently during inclement weather.
Kolob Terrace Road: As of 1/24/2015 the Kolob Terrace Road was clear and passable for 2-wheel drive vehicles to the Wildcat Canyon Trailhead. From the Wildcat Canyon Trailhead to Kolob Reservoir there are short patches of ice and snow. 4-wheel drive is recommended. The Lava Point Road remains closed.