Hwy 9 Zion NP Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

1.4
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3.3 mi
DISTANCE
741 ft
GAINED
4.3 %
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2021 Tour de France

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This 3.3 mile bike climb is located in Washington County, Utah, USA. The average gradient is 4.3% and there is a total elevation gain of 741 ft, finishing at 4,754 ft.

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Cycling Zion National Park - aerial drone photo of the canyons 

Cycling Zion National Park - Hwy 9 to tunnel

Ride 3.3 miles gaining 741’ at 4.3% average grade.

Visit our Zion National Park page.

This is an absolute MUST bike climb if you are visiting Zion National Park and have access to a bicycle.  What a beautiful canyon - and, traveling the road by bike lets you get off and enjoy the scenery anywhere you want!

Cycling Hwy 9 to Zion Tunnel - bike leaning against road sign at start

Start - Intersection of Scenic Drive and Hwy 89

Bike climb Hwy 9 to Zion Tunnel - bicycle above roadway with rock formations in view

Cycling Hwy 9 to Zion Tunnel - bike leaning against historical marker with rock structures in background

Cycling Hwy 9 to Zion Tunnel - bike leaning against tunnel sign on road with rock formations

Important note:  Cyclists are not permitted in or through the tunnel - so, this is an out-and-back route.

Bike climb Hwy 9 to Zion Tunnel - bike leaning against stop sign at tunnel