Utah features some of the most astonishing landscapes in the world that will truly leave you speechless. If it’s your first time visiting the state, you’ll most certainly have your eyes set on exploring “The Mighty Five” and all the national monuments, national forests, towns, state parks and scenic lands that fill the space in between.
If your Southwest journey begins in Las Vegas, you’ll want to start your Utah adventure at the iconic Zion National Park then make your way further east to Canyonlands National Park. On your way, experience the towering hoodoos in Bryce Canyon and then travel to the heart of Utah’s red rock country at Capitol Reef. Head a bit further north and to the east and you’ll find yourself surrounded by even more majestic rock formations at Arches National Park. After that, make your way south to Canyonlands National Park.
There are literally thousands of ways to experience Utah.
Embrace the dark side of Utah’s national parks at the Night Sky Astronomy Festival in Bryce Canyon. Bike the White Rim Trail or raft Cataract Canyon in Canyonlands. Camp Devils Garden at Arches National Park or let us match you with a guide who will take you canyoneering at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Visit Utah in the winter and experience America’s most epic skiing and snowboarding destination, then come back in the summer for some authentic fly fishing on the Green River.
Wherever you find yourself in Utah, I can guarantee you’ll fly home with unforgettable memories and an urge to come back for more.