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ZION CANYON FIELD INSTITUTE
Fall Program Schedule

Zion Canyon Field Institute Fall Schedule of Classes

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Many visitors consider fall Zion's best season. Warm days, cool nights, autumn color, and lots of sunshine...what's not to like? ZCFI offers your last chance for a Narrows hike, two different art classes, our most popular photography class, lots of geology, and many other guided hikes.

ZCFI FALL SCHEDULE

SEPTEMBER

Sep 4                Narrows Service Project
Sep 8                Narrows Service Project
Sep 14              Fall Wildflowers
Sep 19              Thursday Trek
Sep 23              Navajo Medicinal Plant Usage
Sep 25              Outside Looking In
Sep 27              The Mammals of Zion
Sep 28-29        Grand Staircase Geology

OCTOBER

Oct 7               Navajo Medicinal Plant Usage
Oct 12             The Ferns of Zion
Oct 13              Rim to Floor or Rim and Back
Oct 17              Thursday Trek
Oct 18              Rim to Floor or Rim and Back
Oct 19              The Mammals of Zion
Oct 21              Navajo Medicinal Plant Usage
Oct 26              Fall Journaling at Zion
Oct 26-28         Fall Foliage Photography
Oct 29-30        Archaeology Service Project


NOVEMBER

Nov 7              Thursday Trek
Nov 9              Zion Geology
Nov 16           Outside Looking In



ZCFI Annual Calendar

Winter ZCFI Classes

Spring ZCFI Classes

Summer ZCFI Classes

Photography Workshops

Lecture Series

Guided Hikes in Zion

Instructors

More registration information here

Michael Plyler, ZCFI Director
(435) 772-3264 or 1-800-635-3959

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Fall Foliage in Cedar Breaks National Monument

Zion Photo Workshop

Kolob Terrace Aspen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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