Are you planning a road trip through the 5 stunning national parks of Utah? Known as the Mighty 5, these iconic National Parks are perfectly spaced for a road trip. This Utah National Parks Road Trip stops at all the iconic sites of these magnificent National Parks. This Utah Road Trip itinerary is perfectly designed for those who have one week of vacation and wish to explore these five national parks. There is time to take in the dramatic landscapes of Canyonlands and Capitol Reef, enjoy some of these park’s iconic hikes of Zion and monumental rock formations of Arches and Bryce Canyon. Here is our guide for a Utah…
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There is no shortage of hiking trails in the National Parks. There are more than 21,000 miles of hiking trail spread across 419 National Park Service Units. Some hikes are short boardwalks and others are long-distance hiking trails There is a park and trail for every hiking skill level. Not every hiker wants to head into the wilderness and spend the night. So I asked a few of my fellow travel bloggers and national park lovers to share their favorite National Park Day Hike to create a giant bucket list of days hikes for you to explore. Each of these hikes is between 5-18 miles long and takes between 3-12…
Are you planning to see the incredible hoodoos of Bryce Canyon National Park? Are you ready to see incredible rocks during the day and epic skies during the night? Bryce Canyon offers spectacularly dark skies with amazing views of the stars. Camping overnight in Bryce is a special experience and gives you a jump on viewing the sunrises and sunsets of the park. Sleeping in a tent is a must to try experience Bryce Canyon National Park. Related – Might 5 Utah National Parl Road Trips Bryce Canyon Camping Things to Know about Bryce Canyon Camping There is a 14-day camping limit during from May to October. This limit is…
Bryce Canyon National Park is one of Utah’s Might Five Parks. Although it is called a canyon, Bryce isn’t’ a canyon. It is part of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. The entire park is made of a series of amphitheaters filled with hoodoos. Hoodoos are unique geological structures that are formed by frost weathering. Watching the sunrise over the Bryce amphitheater is one of the greatest sights in the park system. Bryce Canyon National Park Profile Region Intermountain Region Park Size 35,835 acres (55.99 sq miles) (145 sq km) About the size of Wallis and Futuna of France Elevation Highest point: 9,115 ft (2,778 m) at Rainbow Point Lowest point: 6,565 feet (2,001 m) at…
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