Zion National Park
Zion is about the grandeur. The towering sandstone walls of the park reach to the sky, creating spectacular views and out-of-this-world hiking options.
Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce's allure is found in its fantastical geological imprint of towering limestone hoodoos and the evergreen trees found here. It's so high, you can ski in the winter.
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
This is where the real adventure begins. Along the slickrock landscapes you can choose your own adventure, be it by foot, mountain bike, 4WD or canoe.
Capitol Reef National Park
The least-visited park in the region offers intricate sandstone domes and star-filled nights. Among the domes, you will find fruit orchards and a lovely river for an afternoon dip.
Canyonlands National Park
Below the canyon rim, the Colorado and Green Rivers await, while in between you will find some of the best canyoneering on this planet and plenty of views that stretch to infinity and beyond.
Arches National Park
Everybody comes here to hike out to the namesake arches. Beyond these heavily trodden paths, you'll find a labyrinth of stone and sand where you can get wonderfully lost.
The mountain bike capital of the world, Moab is the staging ground for all sorts of red rock adventures. From here you can head out for days to explore the neighboring wildlands.
Bear Ears National Monument
The embattled national monument is the proud home of some of Utah's best rock climbing, plus amazing views and hiking in remote wilderness. Explore the remote corners of this pristine wilderness before it's too late.