Arches National Park
This short loop circles a perilous block of sandstone balancing near the center of Arches National Park.
This 3-mile hike visits this most iconic arch in the world, a beautiful span that should not be missed.
This 0.8-mile hike visits a pair of connected arches in the Windows region of Arches National Park.
This level 2.5-mile hike visits the longest natural arch in the world along with two other enjoyable arches.
This short 0.4-mile hike ends below a wide arch near the top of a sandstone fin.
This one-mile loop presents three arches in close proximity, the North and South Windows and Turret Arch.
Canyonlands National Park
This is a 1.8 -mile hike ascends a dome-shaped butte that houses Puebloan granaries and offers nice views of Taylor Canyon.
|Grand View Point|
This 2-mile hike travels along the mesa’s edge from Grand View Overlook to the southernmost point on the Island in the Sky.
This 0.7-mile loop visits a picturesque arch spanning across the mesa’s edge.
This 3.6-mile hike visits a west-facing point on the Island in the Sky overlooking canyons carved by the Green River.
This 1.7-mile hike visits two overlooks along the rim of a puzzling three-mile wide crater.
This one-mile hike ascends a whale-shaped sandstone formation near Upheaval Dome.
|White Rim Overlook|
This gradual 1.8-mile hike visits the end of a peninsula in the Island in the Sky with 300-degree views of the canyons below.
Zion National Park
This 5.2-mile hike takes an incredible route up the east rim of Zion Canyon ascending to a towering slab of sandstone jutting into the center of the canyon. The expansive views and thousand foot drop-offs have made this trail world famous.
|Canyon Overlook Trail|
This one-mile round trip hike visits a scenic viewpoint looking west over Zion Canyon.
|Court of the Patriarchs|
This 0.1-mile walk heads up a short rise in the center of Zion Canyon to offer a nice view of the surrounding sandstone peaks.
This 2.4-mile loop visits three tiers of enchanting pools by incorporating the Lower, Middle, and Upper Emerald Pools Trails.
This 3.3-mile hike ascends the east rim of Zion Canyon above Weeping Rock, and then crosses dramatic cliffs to reach a hanging canyon housing a small natural arch.
This level walkway follows the Virgin River to the bottom of the narrows north of Zion Canyon, a popular place to hike and swim.
This 3.5-mile lollypop loop reaches a panoramic overlook on the side of Zion Canyon.
This 0.4-mile hike visits an alcove in the sandstone wall of Zion Canyon where water seeps out of the rock, nourishing hanging gardens and plentiful vegetation.
This half-mile hike visits a swimming hole that offers refreshing escape from Utah’s Summer scorches.
|Grandstaff Trail to Morning Glory Bridge|
This 4.65-mile round trip hike travels through a scenic canyon to a 243-foot long natural bridge.