Zion National Park Fun Facts:
- In 1,500 BC, Anasazi (Ancestral Puebloans) were the original occupants of Zion Canyon. You can find traces of their magnificent sandstone villages, network of roads and rock art through the park today.
- The park can get as cold as -20 F
- Angel's Landing is one of the scariest hikes in the US
- Zion comes from ancient Hebrew meaning "sanctuary" or "refuge"
Our National Parks Alphabet Collection is a fun way to keep track of all the parks you’ve visited! Meant to be layered, show off your wanderlust with our collectable bracelets!
Description: 4mm gemstones, crystal accent beads, and 7mm acrylic alphabet beads on a clear elastic cord. Comes with a description card, reusable drawstring bag and box - perfect for gifting!
Purchasing this bracelet will donate $1 to One Tree Planted and $1 to the National Park Foundation. Please click here to learn more about our chosen charities.
Please note: Unless otherwise specified, bracelets pictured are size Small. Each size will have a different number of stones. Also, due to the natural state of our gemstones, slight variations in color and shape is possible.