All pathways at the Zoo are paved, however, due to the slope of the landscape, some paths are more accessible than others. Use the accessibility map to determine the pathways and exhibits that will be best for your visit.
The front entry of Utah’s Hogle Zoo is the highest elevation point on the grounds (4,895 feet above sea level). The lowest elevation point for guests is at Rocky Shores (4,835 feet above sea level). This means that visitors may experience an elevation change of up to 50 feet while at the zoo– the equivalent of a 4-story building.
Rentals are first come, first serve. Zoo members will receive a 10% discount.