Three of Utah’s must-see National Parks are Zion, Bryce, and Arches. Zion National Park is a masterpiece of towering cliffs, deep red canyons, a narrow slot canyon and hanging gardens. Bryce National Park holds the world’s largest collection of hoodoos (odd-shaped pillars of rock left standing from the forces of frost and steam erosion). Also, Arches National Park has over 2,000 named natural sandstone arches, hundreds of soaring pinnacles and massive sandstone fins.
Since R-tinerary has visited these National Parks, we want to help you see the wonder of this area!
This trip begins in Las Vegas visiting some of the most acclaimed and exciting areas of the city.
Next, venture into Utah’s National Parks discovering multicolored mountains, wind, water and time eroded sandstone cliffs, and the largest arch on Earth.
Hike The Narrows along the Virgin River and drive miles of dramatic, scenic roads. Watch the ever-changing colors of sandstone glow at sunrise over Inspiration Point and sunset at Panorama Point. Then, scramble the fins of Fiery Furnace. Hike through the natural amphitheater and labyrinths of Fairyland Loop and follow the cairns marking less traveled paths. Then witness a breathtakingly, beautiful sunrise over Mesa Arch.
R-tinerary concludes the last two days of this trip in Big Sky, Montana hiking to spectacular vistas and fly-fishing in thermal waters.
We want to share these experiences along with the rest of our incredible itinerary with you.
R-tinerary has researched and traveled to these must-see National Parks of Utah and beyond. With this itinerary, we provide you with our accommodations, along with our restaurant choices and activities. We describe the hikes, tours, and logistics of our trip. And furnish you with suggestions for other things to do, places to stay and where to dine from Las Vegas to Big Sky.
After all, R-tinerary has done the work, so you have the fun!