The mystical majesty of Zion National Park in Utah seems utterly otherworldly and it’s something you’ll certainly never forget. It is the distinctive reddish Navajo sandstone canyon which looks pinkish in certain lights and like yellow butter in other that gives Zion National Park its sense of the extraordinary.
Summers in Utah are scorching, with the average high temperatures in the range of 85°F (29.4°C) to 100°F (37.8°C) at the peak of July. The dryness results in low humidity and significant temperature variations keep the nights cool in the summer, especially in the high mountains.
Utah is a US state located in the Western region of the country. With a population of around 3,101,833 individuals, it is the country’s 31st most populous state. It has an area of 219,887 square km that makes it the 13th most extensive US state.