The last stop on Zion National Park’s free shuttle is at the Temple of Sinawava. The "Riverside Walk" trail starts there and serves also as the starting point for the popular Zion Narrows "bottom-up" hike. Riverside Walk is paved for one mile. At the end of the paved section, several steps lead down to the water’s edge where the Narrows begins. There are access points all along the Riverside Walk that lead to the bank of the Virgin River. It’s a beautiful stroll full of photo opportunities.
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Private vehicles are not allowed to drive to the Temple of Sinawava when the shuttles are running. When the shuttles aren’t running (8-10 weeks during winter), there is a large parking lot where you’re allowed to park. You can get on the shuttle at the Visitor Center or at any of the eight shuttle stops in Zion Canyon. There are restrooms and a water bottle filling station there.