The tunnel is a section of the Zion-Mt. Carmel Highway which passes through the towering eastern wall of Zion canyon, allowing convenient travel from main canyon area to the eastern side of Zion National Park.
This tunnel was constructed between 1927-1930 and is 1.1 miles...更多
The tunnel itself is 1.1 miles long, with 5 cutouts/windows (very helpful since the tunnel is otherwise unlit). There often are lengthy waits, since larger vehicles require the rangers to run traffic in only one direction at a time. Along the way on both sides...更多
Great scenic drive. Magnificent arch on the ascent. The tunnel, with cutouts for view, is a great feat of engineering. Be prepared, at times, due to the height of modern buses, there is only one way traffic so you may have to wait awhile for...更多
This tunnel which was built early in the 20th century is iconic in Zion NP. After traversing several switchbacks out of the canyon you reach the tunnel. It is very dark with no interior lighting. Occasionally there are windows that look out into the canyon...更多
After driving what seems like forever of switch backs and sharp turns on a rod with little or no guardrails, you come to the tunnel. Large campers, buses and vans need to be escorted and the traffic is shut down so you can get thru...更多
We were driving a 30ft long, 11ft high class C motor home. It cost $15 to take it through the tunnel, but that includes a return trip through within 7 days. They run the tunnel with one way traffic and you drive down the center...更多