Utah's BIG 5 National Parks

Utah’s national parks provide a remarkable opportunity to connect with nature and disconnect from the stress of everyday life.

For adrenaline junkies, the Utah national parks offer some of the most unforgettable adventures, whether you like challenging hikes or white water rafting.


Zion National Park

Captivates visitors with its towering red and white sandstone cliffs, tranquil Virgin River, and great hiking trails.


Bryce Canyon National Park

It hugs the eastern edge of an 18-mile plateau, and the high altitude sets it apart from the other southern Utah national parks.


Arches National Park

Boasts over 2,500 natural sandstone arches, including the iconic Delicate Arch. It has the highest density of rock arches on Earth.


Canyonlands National Park

Utah’s largest national park and presents a stunning canvas of canyons, rivers, and mesas. Divided into four districts, it offers diverse experiences.


Capitol Reef National Park

Showcases the Waterpocket Fold, a unique 100-mile-long buckle in the Earth’s crust. It is known for its enormous domes.

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