Canyon Conversations

Silhouetted rangers talk in front of the Temples and Towers

NPS photo/Krystina Carpenter


Voices in the Canyon

Canyon Conversations is a podcast that connects listeners with the cultural, ecological, and geologic stories of Zion National Park. You can hear our stories on the website, or you can download them right from our website and listen to them at any time.

Rock formation resembling a pipe organ

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Shuttle Narration

Zion Canyon is full of amazing wildlife, history, and geology. As you ride the shuttle up Zion Canyon, the shuttle narration introduces you to some of these wonders. However, when the shuttles are not in operation, you can still follow along! In this first pilot episode of Canyon Conversations, we have taken the narration found on the Zion Canyon shuttles and made it accessible for anyone who would like to listen. You'll hear from park biologists, rock climbers, and artists, interspersed with moments of silence so you can appreciate the incredible beauty of Zion National Park.
Great White Throne

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Hidden Stories

Zion is famous for it's majestic canyon walls. Hidden in those towering cliffs are incredible stories of creation and destruction, mass extinction, dinosaurs, volcanic eruptions and more. Discover some of Zion's most incredible geologic history in Zion's second pilot podcast episode!
Park ranger walking by a waterfall

NPS Photo/Kim Diamond

Emerald Pools Escapades

Join Ranger Darcy and Ranger Kelly as they explore along the Lower Emerald Pools trail. They'll reveal what kinds of plants and animals live in the area, share some of their favorite stores about the history of the trail, and even point out some fast-moving geology!

Last updated: November 2, 2021

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Zion National Park
1 Zion Park Blvd.

Springdale, UT 84767


If you have questions, please email Listen to recorded information by calling anytime 24 hours a day. Rangers answer phone calls from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. MT, but a ranger may not answer if they are already speaking with someone else.

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