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Utah Mighty 5

Day 1: Salt Lake City to Arches National Park (Overnight Moab, UT) Pick up at Salt lake City or Las Vegas NV travel to moab to start the trip haveing dinner that night and preparing for the great adventrue.  Day 2: Arches National Park & Surrounding Areas (Overnight Moab, UT) Wak up eat breakfast and travel to the first of the National parks Day 3: Canyonlands National Park & Capitol Reef NationalPark (Overnight Torrey, UT)  This day we start over again with some great national parks. The travel to Bryce canyon stay ing the night in Bryce Day 4: Capitol Reef National Park, Grand Staircase, NM, & Bryce Canyon National Park (Overnight Bryce City, UT)  Day 5: Bryce Canyon National Park & Zion National Park (Overnight Springdale, UT) Day 6: Zion National Park to Salt Lake City (Depart)

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The Coyote - A Southwest Mighty Five 8-Day Adventure With Your DOG!!

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Hoover Dam, Boulder City, NevadaTravel past Hoover Dam before reaching Arizona.Stop At: Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, ArizonaThis 1.2 million acre national park hosts a vast variety of wildlife and scenic wonders. Learn about the geology and history of the canyon while taking in its breathtaking beauty at all the best view points along the South Rim including Grand Canyon Village. The Colorado River is the main contributor in the creation of the vast canyon and can still be seen carving its way through the rock roughly a mile below. After time to visit many of the scenic points, check into the hotel just outside the park with the evening free on own.Duration: 1 dayStop At: Lake Powell, Page, ArizonaArrive at Antelope Point Marina for an included lunch. After lunch, enjoy a wonderfully scenic short hike to Horseshoe Bend. This 1.5 mile round trip hike provides one of the most iconic views of the Colorado River as it winds through spectacular red rock canyons 1,000 feet below. Then stop at Glen Canyon Dam for a view of the lake and dam. (Pets are not allowed inside the visitors center, but outside is OK.) The evening is free to enjoy the view, wander along the beach and have dinner with new friends.The next day, you and your companions are in for a real treat as you get out on the water for a Private Power Boat Tour on Lake Powell. The contrast of the red rock walls and emerald blue waters are a stunning sight as you glide through the canyons. Your captain will take you to view beautiful Antelope Canyon and other sights along the way, then take you to a nice sandy beach where you can get off the boat, have some fun play time in and out of the water and enjoy a picnic lunch. This is what Lake Powell is all about!Duration: 1 dayStop At: Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Monument Valley, UtahImmerse in the rich cultural heritage of the “Dineh” people. Their arts, music and livelihood are all closely tied to the dramatic desert landscape that is their home. Arrive at historic Goulding’s Lodge where you will meet your Navajo guide and board a 4-wheel drive vehicle for a scenic tour of Monument Valley, location of scores of famous western films, television programs and commercials. As we travel through the valley and visit famous locations such as John Ford Point, Artist Point and The Totem Pole, we will also learn more of the Navajo traditions and way of life. Then experience an evening of Navajo culture, food and entertainment at a Navajo Cookout.Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Arches National Park, Moab, UtahSightseeing the highest concentration of natural arches in the world with over 2,000 named arches within its 73,000-acre boundary. Visit all the park highlights including Park Avenue, Balance Rock, The Windows and Delicate Arch. (At Arches National Park, feel free to walk your pet on park roads for public vehicular use, established picnic areas, Devils Garden Campground or in parking lots, as long as you remember that they must be leashed at all times. Pets are not allowed on any hiking trails, nor in the visitor center.)Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Colorado Riverway Recreation Area, Moab, UtahTake a Jet Boat Ride on the mighty Colorado River through spectacular red rock canyons. As the sun dips in the west, the canyon colors come to life while you learn about the river’s ecosystem, geology and history. After a thrilling ride, enjoy a delicious BBQ dinner served on the banks of the Colorado River.Duration: 3 hoursStop At: Negro Bill Canyon Trail, Moab, Utah(Now Grandstaff Canyon) Go for an optional hike with your canine companion. This is one of the best trails to take your dog on. It’s an easy going trip that follows along a scenic canyon with a shallow river running through it. The Morning Glory Natural Bridge is at the end of the second canyon, and is the sixth-longest natural rock span in the United States. It also has impressive rock formations to look at along the way. Make sure you’re okay with getting your feet wet on this hike, as you and your dog might have to cross the river at multiple points.Duration: 3 hoursStop At: Capitol Reef National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, UtahHave a wonderful picnic lunch under towering cottonwood trees.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, UtahGo for sightseeing and optional hiking along the Rim Trail. The hues and intricate shapes of Bryce Canyon carry even the most mature adult away into a fairyland fantasy. The Paiute Indians used a word to describe Bryce that translates into, “red rocks standing like men in a bowl-shaped canyon.” Mormon settler Ebenezer Bryce, for whom the canyon was named, described it as “a hell of a place to lose a cow.”Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Zion National Park, Zion National Park, UtahAn early Mormon settler described the park’s massive formations as “temples built by hands, not of man.” The Paiutes believed mischievous spirits lived among the 2,000-foot high towers and would not enter the canyon alone or remain there after dark. (Pets must be under physical control on a leash less than six feet long at all times. Properly restrained pets are allowed along public roads and parking areas, in the developed campgrounds and picnic areas, and on the grounds of the Zion Lodge.) There will be time for lunch on your own at Zion Lodge. Then you can enjoy a walk along the Pa’rus Trail, a dog friendly paved trail that follows the Virgin River through the canyon from Canyon Junction to the Visitor’s Center. A wonderful 3.5 mile walk round trip.Duration: 8 hours

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Peaceful Paws - A Southwest Canine-Human Spiritual Adventure

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Hoover Dam, Boulder City, NevadaTravel past Hoover Dam before reaching Arizona.Stop At: Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, ArizonaThis 1.2 million acre national park hosts a vast variety of wildlife and scenic wonders. Learn about the geology and history of the canyon while taking in its breathtaking beauty at all the best view points along the South Rim including Grand Canyon Village. The Colorado River is the main contributor in the creation of the vast canyon and can still be seen carving its way through the rock roughly a mile below. After time to visit many of the scenic points, check into the hotel just outside the park with the evening free on own.Duration: 1 dayStop At: Lake Powell, Page, ArizonaArrive at Antelope Point Marina for an included lunch. After lunch, enjoy a wonderfully scenic short hike to Horseshoe Bend. This 1.5 mile round trip hike provides one of the most iconic views of the Colorado River as it winds through spectacular red rock canyons 1,000 feet below. Then stop at Glen Canyon Dam for a view of the lake and dam. (Pets are not allowed inside the visitors center, but outside is OK.) The evening is free to enjoy the view, wander along the beach and have dinner with new friends.The next day, you and your companions are in for a real treat as you get out on the water for a Private Power Boat Tour on Lake Powell. The contrast of the red rock walls and emerald blue waters are a stunning sight as you glide through the canyons. Your captain will take you to view beautiful Antelope Canyon and other sights along the way, then take you to a nice sandy beach where you can get off the boat, have some fun play time in and out of the water and enjoy a picnic lunch. This is what Lake Powell is all about!Duration: 1 dayStop At: Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Monument Valley, UtahImmerse in the rich cultural heritage of the “Dineh” people. Their arts, music and livelihood are all closely tied to the dramatic desert landscape that is their home. Arrive at historic Goulding’s Lodge where you will meet your Navajo guide and board a 4-wheel drive vehicle for a scenic tour of Monument Valley, location of scores of famous western films, television programs and commercials. As we travel through the valley and visit famous locations such as John Ford Point, Artist Point and The Totem Pole, we will also learn more of the Navajo traditions and way of life. Then experience an evening of Navajo culture, food and entertainment at a Navajo Cookout.Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Arches National Park, Moab, UtahSightseeing the highest concentration of natural arches in the world with over 2,000 named arches within its 73,000-acre boundary. Visit all the park highlights including Park Avenue, Balance Rock, The Windows and Delicate Arch. (At Arches National Park, feel free to walk your pet on park roads for public vehicular use, established picnic areas, Devils Garden Campground or in parking lots, as long as you remember that they must be leashed at all times. Pets are not allowed on any hiking trails, nor in the visitor center.)Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Colorado Riverway Recreation Area, Moab, UtahTake a Jet Boat Ride on the mighty Colorado River through spectacular red rock canyons. As the sun dips in the west, the canyon colors come to life while you learn about the river’s ecosystem, geology and history. After a thrilling ride, enjoy a delicious BBQ dinner served on the banks of the Colorado River.Duration: 3 hoursStop At: Negro Bill Canyon Trail, Moab, Utah(Now Grandstaff Canyon) Go for an optional hike with your canine companion. This is one of the best trails to take your dog on. It’s an easy going trip that follows along a scenic canyon with a shallow river running through it. The Morning Glory Natural Bridge is at the end of the second canyon, and is the sixth-longest natural rock span in the United States. It also has impressive rock formations to look at along the way. Make sure you’re okay with getting your feet wet on this hike, as you and your dog might have to cross the river at multiple points.Duration: 3 hoursStop At: Capitol Reef National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, UtahHave a wonderful picnic lunch under towering cottonwood trees.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, UtahGo for sightseeing and optional hiking along the Rim Trail. The hues and intricate shapes of Bryce Canyon carry even the most mature adult away into a fairyland fantasy. The Paiute Indians used a word to describe Bryce that translates into, “red rocks standing like men in a bowl-shaped canyon.” Mormon settler Ebenezer Bryce, for whom the canyon was named, described it as “a hell of a place to lose a cow.”Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Zion National Park, Zion National Park, UtahAn early Mormon settler described the park’s massive formations as “temples built by hands, not of man.” The Paiutes believed mischievous spirits lived among the 2,000-foot high towers and would not enter the canyon alone or remain there after dark. (Pets must be under physical control on a leash less than six feet long at all times. Properly restrained pets are allowed along public roads and parking areas, in the developed campgrounds and picnic areas, and on the grounds of the Zion Lodge.) There will be time for lunch on your own at Zion Lodge. Then you can enjoy a walk along the Pa’rus Trail, a dog friendly paved trail that follows the Virgin River through the canyon from Canyon Junction to the Visitor’s Center. A wonderful 3.5 mile walk round trip.Duration: 8 hours

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Utah Mighty 5 From Las Vegas

Day 1: Las Vegas to Zion National Park - Wake up early and explore the canyon or relax in the shadows. Day 2: Capitol Reef National Park and Bryce Canyon - After a brief stop at Checkerboard Mesa and a few other prime photo stops, you will have the opportunity to hike up if you like to Canyon Overlook and look 2500 feet down to the bottom of Pine Creek and Zion Canyon. After traversing through the historic 1.1 mile long tunnel and down into the canyon, you will get to enter into the main canyon and continue to see why this landscape was sacred to the Native Americans who lived here for thousands of years. Day 3: Bryce Canyon National Park - Sunrise at the Rim of Bryce Canyon offers those willing to wake up with the sun the opportunity to see this landscape transform from a gray mass into a colorful wonderland filled with odd-shaped pillars and walls of rock. Hoodoos are found throughout the world, but these are colored in ways unmatched by any other area on earth. Spanning over 2000 feet in elevation, Day 4: Capitol Reef National Park to Bryce Canyon National Park - Enjoy the beautiful sunrise from your hotel before returning to Capitol Reef National Park for a great morning of hiking and exploring more of this park. Options for today include Hickman Bridge, Cassidy Arch, Grand Wash, Cohab Canyon, Chimney Rock, and Sulphur Creek. Day 5: Arches National Park - Arches National Park provides an opportunity to explore some of the 2,000+ arches found within its borders. Some have described this park as timeless, dream-like, or from out of this world. With a variety of geological features including fault lines, petrified sand dunes, arches, bridges, balanced rocks, spires, and many others, the list of possibilities are endless in this landscape of ever changing formations. Day 6:  Canyonlands National Park   Las Vegas  You will visit Canyonlands National Park: Island in the Sky.

$999 Outdoor Activities

Utah's 5 National Parks in 5 Days - Camping

This tour begins and ends in Las Vegas. The pick-up/drop-off location is the North Entrance of the Tropicana Hotel located on the Las Vegas Strip. The trip departs Las Vegas at 7:30am on Monday and arrives back in Las Vegas at 5:00pm on Friday. Day 1 - Depart Las Vegas and arrive in Zion National Park in time to hike the trails and see the stunning sandstone cliffsDay 2 - Depart Zion and arrive in Moab where we will set up camp before exploring Arches National ParkDay 3 - Enjoy breakfast before exploring the rough and rugged landscape in Canyonlands National Park before finishing the day at Dead Horse Point State ParkDay 4 - Depart Moab and drive through Capitol Reef National Park as you make your way to Bryce Canyon National Park for sunset. Also get ready to hike Goblin Valley State Park!Day 5 - Explore the sandstone spires called hoodoo’s which bring the landscape to life as you hike the trails before departing for Las Vegas*All camping equipment and meals are included.

$1699 Outdoor Activities

Southwest National Parks Camping and Hiking Tour

Day 1: Meeting in the morning in our Las Vegas hotel with the guide. We travel along high desert scenery, making a stop for lunch Seligman, AZ; the "birthplace of Route 66". Arrive Grand Canyon National Park. We head to the visitors center and walk along the rim of the Grand Canyon. Day 2: A full day in Grand Canyon National Park. Choose between a strenuous all day hike into the canyon, a moderate hike to the first water station, or an easy day of strolling the Rim Trail. We meet up in the evening again for dinner at camp. Day 3: We drive to Lake Powell today to meet our Navajo guide for a private tour of two slot canyons. We spend the morning hiking and photographing Antelope and Rattlesnake Canyon. In the afternoon the day will be for swimming and water sports in Lake Powell. Day 4: An exciting day awaits us as we travel to Monument Valley National Tribal Park. Once arriving we embark on an all day tour by 4x4. We spend the evening in 'hogans'; traditional Navajo homes. Our Navajo hosts will prepare a traditional meal for us, sharing folk stories of their rich culture and traditional dances around the campfire. Day 5: Our destination today is Moab, known as the adventure sports mecca of the USA. Three nights will be spent here to truly experience all Moab has to offer! Upon arrival we will visit Arches National Park a hike to the 'Delicate Arch', the famous icon of Utah.  Day 6: Today is a free day in Moab. Your choices include an optional mountain biking tour, canyoneering adventure or a 4x4 tour. Your guide will assist you in reservations. For those who wish to not book an optional adventure, the guide will lead a group hike in the Moab area. Day 7: We travel to Canyonlands National Park for a hike through the rugged landscape. We spend the entire day hiking the Canyonlands with a stop at Dead Horse Point State Park before returning back to Moab for the evening. Day 8: We drive along Utah’s Route 12; known as the most beautiful highway in the U.S. through the Grand Staircase-Escalante Wilderness. Our destination today is Bryce Canyon National Park. We set out on a group hike. Day 9: This morning we drive to Zion National Park where we will spend the day hiking. Choose between the bucket list hike of Angels Landing or take the shuttle to viewpoints to explore the beauty of the Park with shorter hikes. Day 10: We pack up camp and depart for Las Vegas; the Entertainment Capitol of the World!. Free time will be given to walk and explore the Strip area and its many themed casinos. An optional limo tour will be offered to cruise the strip in style, dropping us off downtown at Fremont Street. Day 11: Departure