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This immersive four-day tour of Utah’s Mighty Five National Parks includes a visit to Grand Canyon National Park!

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Day 1: Salt Lake City to Moab (Canyonlands National Park; Deadhorse Point State Park)

You’ll be picked up in Salt Lake City (at the airport or a nearby hotel) in a comfortable Mercedes Sprinter (or similar vehicle). Enjoy the views of the Wasatch range mountains as we begin our tour. We’ll drive to Moab (about 3 hour 45 minute drive). Along the way, we’ll visit recently discovered, and relatively unknown, horde of dinosaur tracks. We’ll then spend time in Canyonlands National Park, experiencing vistas that stretch more than 70 miles in all directions. Possible hikes include the famous Mesa Arch, Aztec Butte Trail (with ancient Indian structures still intact), and Grandview trail. We’ll overnight in the cozy town of Moab.

Day 2: Moab to Bryce (Arches & Capitol Reef National Parks; Anasazi & Escalante Petrified Forest State Parks)

We’ll wake early to experience the most beautiful and largest freestanding arch in the world: Delicate Arch in Arches National Park. After our hike and other sight-seeing stops in Arches, we’ll drive to Capitol Reef National Park. This gem of a park is relatively unknown. We’ll wonder at the ancient petroglyphs left by the ancient native Americans who made these canyons their home. And we’ll gape at the chasm called  Sulphur Creek Canyon. On our way to lodge near Bryce National Park, we’ll U.S. scenic byway 12 along Boulder mountain, with incredible views of the desert southwest and canyonlands. Stops include brief visits to Anasazi State Park, an ancient ancestral puebloan village, and Escalante Petrified Forest State Park, preserving trees more than 150 million years old! Overnight near Bryce National Park.

Day 3: Bryce to Zion (Bryce & Grand Canyon North Rim National Parks)

(NPS Photo by Michael Quinn)

Our early morning invites us to explore from overlooks as well as immersive hikes into the heart of Bryce Canyon. Make sure your cameras are ready for the ever changing vistas! After Bryce we head south to Grand Canyon National Park, North Rim. Be awed by the intense views from the highest vantage points in the Grand Canyon area. The North Rim is carpeted with trees (compared to the arid South Rim) far less crowded than the South Rim, and provides commanding views of the Grand Canyon since the North Rim is some 1400 feet higher in elevation.  We’ll overnight in the charming town of Kanab, Utah.

Day 4: Zion to Salt Lake City (Zion National Park)

Our last day our experiences in Zion will leave you wanting more, from the Overlook hike to the unique Narrows hike.

We’ll head back to Salt Lake City mid-afternoon full of incredible memories and new friendships.

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