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Canyonlands National Park
Canyonlands National Park spreads
out over tens of thousands of acres of Utah’s red rock country, with three
districts (The Island in the Sky, The Needles District and The Maze) that are
sure to amaze you once you explore the spectacular landscape.
National Park invites you to experience one of their many hiking trails
offering breathtaking views of Utah’s Green and Colorado’s rivers. There are
hiking trails spanning over a range of times, from a short two hour tour to
overnight trails that will see you experiencing these trails in amazing detail;
and there’s something for every experience level so everybody gets to be part
of the action in Canyonlands National Park. Canyonlands National Park is unique
in the way that it has a different method of navigating your way around the
area, rather than the typical ATV tour; Canyonlands National Park gives you the
options of winding your way through towering rock formations on a raft. The
water flows strongly through much of Canyonlands National Park so rafting is
perfect to explore this stunning area, taking you to remote locations in a
You can experience the rafting for two days at a time or four days, making the most of Canyonlands National Park and exploring every canyon that these currents have formed over thousands of years. If rafting isn’t your style then Canyonlands National Park also offers a zip-line adventure; you get to the perfect birds-eye view while whizzing above and through the canyons. These adventures can be spread out over days, with zip-line trails connecting all over the canyons so you can completely explore Canyonlands National Park.
If you’re looking to rest after your Canyonlands National Park adventure, head to nearby Moab for a relaxing break.