Pa’rus Trail

Springdale, Utah

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The Pa’rus Trail is a popular multiuse trail that winds alongside and crosses the Virgin River between the visitor center and Canyon Junction at the mouth of Zion Canyon. The name Pa’rus comes from a Paiute word meaning “bubbling, tumbling water,” and the relaxing gurgle of the river is nearby throughout this hike. In addition to the river, you’ll find good bird-watching in the dense riverbank vegetation, as well as numerous opportunities to access the river.

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"The Pa’rus Trail is a popular multiuse trail that winds alongside and crosses the Virgin River between the visitor center and Canyon Junction at the mouth of Zion Canyon.

The name Pa’rus comes from a Paiute word meaning “bubbling, tumbling water,” and the relaxing gurgle of the river is nearby throughout this hike. In addition to the river, you’ll find good bird-watching in the dense riverbank vegetation, as well as numerous opportunities to access the river."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Springdale
Distance: 7
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Contacts: Zion National Park

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Jun 2018