Located near Springdale, Angels Landing Trail is a heavily traveled 5-mile round trip trail that features a river and incredible views of Zion National Park. This 4-5-hour trip is strenuous with steep drop-offs and extremely narrow areas and the trail best traveled from February to October. If you're afraid of heights, this trail is not for you! This route is also not for small children. Directions: From the Springdale & Zion Canyon Visitor Center, travel 1.4 miles on SR-9 to Zion National Park's South entrance. Inside the park make your first right turn and travel roughly another 0.3 miles towards the National Park Visitor Center. Take special note that throughout spring, summer, fall (and the holiday season), private vehicles aren't allowed to enter the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive and you must take a shuttle. Access the shuttles from the Zion Canyon Visitor Center (on a first-come, first-served basis). Zion National Park charges a fee to enter. For more information, visit the website.