100 Years of National Parks

Utah's 5 national parks span 1,309.79 square miles of 250 million+ years of geological wonders -- mysteries that help us imagine the unfathomable; proof that the impossible is possible. Zion's soaring sandstone cliffs were once a shallow seabed; Bryce Canyon's towering hoodoos were born in an ancient lake; Capitol Reef's Waterpocket Fold appeared 70 million years ago when an ancient fault buried deep in the earth was reactivated; Canyonlands was only flat plains -- a land with no canyons at all; and Arches was a vast desert with no arches delicately hovering until its shifting sands began to pack together forming mounds that were eventually shaped into over 2,000 natural arches. Start imagining your uncommon adventures in Utah's national parks.

 
 

Old-Timey Utah National Parks

 

Staff Favorites in Zion

 
  • Zion Request Info & Brochure

Staff Favorites in Arches

 
  • Arches Request Info & Brochure

Staff Favorites in Bryce

 
  • Bryce Canyon Request Information & Brochure

Staff Favorites in Canyonlands

 
  • Canyonlands Request Information & Brochure

Staff Favorites in Capitol Reef

 
  • Capitol Reef Request Information & Brochure

 
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