Zion National Park is located in the southwest United States, near the town of Springdel, Utah. The main attraction of the park area of ??593 square kilometers of Zion Canyon is the length of 24 km and a depth of 800 m, washed the northern arm of the river in Virginia Navajo sandstone, painted in yellow and reddish-brown color. The lowest point of the park Zion – Desert Coalpits Wash (1118 meters above sea level), the highest point – Mount Horse Ranch Mountain (2661 meters above sea level). Located at the junction of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin and Mojave Desert, the park, thanks to its unique geography and abundant natural areas, different extraordinary diversity of flora and fauna. Numerous species of plants, 289 species of birds. 75 species of mammals (including 19 species of bats) and 32 species of reptiles live in the four areas of natural parks: the desert, coastal, deciduous and coniferous forest in the National Park. Zion encountered mountains, canyons, hills, mesas, monoliths, rivers, slot canyons and arches of the natural equilibrium. One of the most famous and interesting sights in Zion National Park – a tunnel length of about 2 km, pierced in the solid rock.