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Canyonlands National Park Information
In Utah, the dusty desert setting gives you the breathtaking Canyonlands National Park. With canyons, mesas, and cliffs, the hundreds of miles of the park were formed by the Colorado rivers and Utah’s tributaries. From an adventurous trip to a serene one, Canyonlands can be whatever you need. Enjoy the wild landscape and the beautiful views.
Things to do in Canyonlands
The park is divided into four districts: Island in the Sky, The Needles, The Maze, and the rivers. Go hiking and backpacking throughout the park as you explore the different districts. There are lots of trails in The Needles district, while Island in the Sky and The Maze have some too. These trails are also great for biking if you prefer. Scenic Driving is also an activity in the Canyonlands, where you can explore the desert and dirt roads with a four-wheel-drive. You can also go camping in this expansive park, where you can watch the unbelievable sunsets and sunrises. Although you might not expect it, Canyonlands has incredible whitewater rafting at Cataract Canyon, as well as some calmer flat water areas.
Day trips from Canyonlands
Arches National Park is very close to Canyonlands at just a half hour away. North of Moab in Utah, Arches is a beautiful destination with dusty canyons and over 200 natural arches. The changing colors of the red rocks are a photographer’s dream. Enjoy the fiery sunsets, hiking trails, and once in a lifetime views from the rocks. Discover Balanced Rock trail which is a loop around rock formations, the Windows trail, Double Arch trail, Delicate Arch trail, Sand Dune Arch, and Skyline Arch. Smaller than Canyonlands, Arches National Park is much more concentrated and makes for a unique day trip.
There are lots of places that you can stay nearby to Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. Find a hotel where you can crash in the evenings after a day of exploration, or a vacation house that you and your family can rent for homey memories. There are lots of nearby towns to explore, and plenty of places to stay, so finding a place to stay in Canyonlands National Park will be easy.
Transportation in Canyonlands
When visiting Canyonlands, driving to Moab in Utah is a good place to start. From Moab, you can get to the Needles District. There’s no public transportation in Canyonlands, so you’ll have to drive up and go on foot from there. There is a separate entrance to access the Island in the Sky District, and you can get to the Maze District from Flint Trail.