See all destinations in Canyon Country
1Arches National Park
The name says it all: natural red rock arches and formations pepper this park, decorating trails and overlooks with their bizarre and twisted shapes. Come here to see some of Utah's most famous landmarks.
2Bryce Canyon National Park
Rain, frost and wind have combined to erode Bryce Canyon into one of the United State's most stunning parks. Full of natural amphitheaters, Hoodoos (rock spires) and gorgeous cliffs in varying shades of red, it's easy to see why Bryce Canyon is a visitor's (and a photographer's) dream come true.
3Canyonlands National Park
Made up of three districts (Island in the Sky, The Needles and The Maze), Canyonlands offers visitors some of the best, and most challenging, backcountry backpacking in Utah. The park is also known for its mountain biking and 4WD trails.
- 4Capitol Reef National Park
Moab is the gateway to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Full of restaurants, hotels and campsites, Moab combines small-town friendliness with incredible natural surroundings.
- 1Arches National Park