This set of sandstone cliffs constitute one of the most mesmerizing sights in Zion National Park. Named individually after the Biblical figures (from Old Testament) of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the court of patriarchs was named by a Methodist minister who actually gave names to many other parts in Zion during his visit in 1916. Mount Moroni stands in front of Jacob, and is named after the Book of Mormon prophet who appeared to Joseph Smith. Due to the magnanimity of the cliffs, this is one of the most photographed sites in Zion National Park, worthy to be captured.
Entrance Ticket Details For Court Of The Patriarchs
- You need to purchase a recreational use pass upon entering Zion National Park.
- Private Vehicle (15 passenger capacity or less): $30. Valid for 7 days.
- Motorcycle: $25. Valid for 7 days.
- Per Person: $15. Valid for 7 days.
- Youth 15 and under are admitted free.
How to Reach Court Of The Patriarchs
- By Car
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22% of people who visit Zion National Park include Court Of The Patriarchs in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
36.26% of people start their Court Of The Patriarchs visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Court Of The Patriarchs
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Court Of The Patriarchs