See And Do
One of the most incredible bodies of water in the USA with the most spectacular of backdrops - Lake Powell.
Your first view of Bryce Canyon is dramatic, as the colours and sheer scale of the canyon is hidden behind
Home to five national parks, 43 state parks, seven national monuments, two national recreation areas, impossible landscapes, and unparalleled outdoor recreation opportunities, the state of Utah features some of the best photographic opportunities in the USA....
Imagine sitting on a warm summer night looking through a massive natural bridges hidden in a canyon in remote southeast Utah. Thousands of years ago a river changed course, cutting through solid rock and creating one of the most magnificent natural bridges in the world. The bridge forms a window into a sky filled with thousands of stars bright enough to cast a shadow. The very same stars the ancestral Puebloans observed 800 years ago.
Whilst the name Zion National Park may not be as well known as some other American National Parks, the iconic images of
Arches National Park contains the largest collection of natural stone arches in the world. This red, arid desert is punctuated with bizarrely eroded
Canyonlands National Park consists of canyons and plateaus carved by two rivers - the Colorado and the Green. The park is
In August 1909 palaeontologist Earl Douglass discovered a 200-foot long sandbar which was layered with prehistoric plant and animal fossils. Since then
Designated a national monument in 1937 and a national park in 1971, the majesty of Capitol Reef has
Travel from the Mojave Desert, through the stunning Virgin River Gorge along the Arizona Strip, and into the dramatic Colorado Plateau's stunning red rock formations at Zion.