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For almost unlimited canyon landscapes and some of the most amazing scenery in the country, you’ll find Utah has it all! With five national parks, Utah is second only to Alaska and California, and each one is as impressive as the last! This epic trip will take you to Utah’s “Mighty 5” National Parks (Zion, Bryce, Capitol Reef, Arches and Canyonlands) and a bonus trip through the Grand Canyon. Erosion carved arches on sandstone, deep canyons, ancient rock art, and the incredible Colorado River and towering arches are some of the highlights. Spend your days hiking, rafting, four wheeling, horseback riding, canyoneering, mountain biking, or simply soaking in the scenery.
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Las Vegas – 1 night: Fly into Las Vegas and check into your hotel, then take a walk down the Strip to see the lights and have dinner before turning in.
Zion National Park – 2 nights: Explore the bare stone mesas and canyon walls of Zion and unlike other desert parks, find dense forests, waterfalls, and other hidden gems.
Bryce National Park – 2 nights: Take time to visit the overlooks to see the “hoo-doos”, or hike into the midst of the bizarre rock formations. Enjoy one or more fun activities, like an ATV tour or horseback ride.
Capitol Reef National Park– 1 night: Visit this hidden treasure with cliffs, canyons, domes, and bridges on your way to eastern Utah.
Moab – 3 nights: Moab is a great basecamp for visiting Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. There are opportunities for rafting, biking, jeep rides, and other activities in and around this spectacular area.
Monument Valley – 1 night: Nothing says “American West” like the landscape in Monument Valley. Unlike some of the other canyon parks, here the land is much more open and rolling, but with dramatic formations of sandstone towering hundreds of feet over you.
Grand Canyon – 2 nights: Explore one of the most visited National Parks in the World.
Las Vegas – 1 night: Drive on old Route 66 and visit the Hoover Dam on your way back to Las Vegas.