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Canyonlands National Park

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Canyonlands National Park

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Canyonlands National Park Half-Day Tour from Moab
US$122.53 per adult
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Canyonlands National Park Needles District by 4x4
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Moab Daytime Jet Boat Tour on the Colorado River
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Canyonlands Backcountry 4x4 Half-Day Tour
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Canyonlands National Park White Rim Trail by 4WD
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Moab Combo: Colorado River Rafting and Canyonlands 4X4 Tour
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Arches National Park 4x4 Adventure from Moab
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Arches National Park 4x4 Adventure from Moab

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Avoid the crowds at Arches National Park with this 4x4 adventure, with multiple departure times, that takes you off road to explore the rocky terrain of the park from areas where only rugged vehicles can go. Not only can you see fossilized dinosaur tracks, Tower Arch, and Marching Men on your guided tour, but you’ll have access to ice water and lemonade to keep you cool even in the heat.
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HSP10 wrote a review 18 Jan
Washington DC, District of Columbia155 contributions21 helpful votes
This is such a beautiful place. It doesn’t get the same crowds as Arches, which is surprising considering how much there is to see and do here. My fiancé and I visited the Island in the Sky section and ended up doing several of the easy hikes—Mesa Arch, White Rim Overlook, Grand View Point, and the Upheaval Dome. The views are incredible and all the photos I share don’t do it justice. We can’t wait to come back and visit The Needles section.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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JAB wrote a review 12 Jan
Salt Lake City, Utah127 contributions62 helpful votes
Canyonlands is a 15 minute drive from Dead Horse Point so it is easy to do both in one day. Lot's of hiking trails in Canyonlands. We went on a couple of easy hikes, but because of the snow, wind and cold temperatures they weren't so easy, but worth it. The views are spectacular and amazing. With this National Park make sure you are prepared for what you are doing.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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LSUTraveller wrote a review 10 Jan
Denham Springs, Louisiana1,597 contributions644 helpful votes
So glad we visited this park in the winter - it made the experience so much better and enjoyable. The rangers were very helpful at all encounters. The sunrise at Mesa Arch, in the snow, is incredibly memorable. Nice hike uptown Aztec Butte and Whale Rock. Don't suggest you spend a lot of time at Upheaval Dome, it was less than inspiring. Island in the Sky and the Grand View are fantastic. The 1 mile rim walk from Grand View is very much worth the effort. White Rim Road was open, but due to a rockslide and snow on the 2 access routes impeded access to the road itself. There is a bit less to do down at the Needles, but still offer some good hikes.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Me9247 wrote a review Dec 2020
Austin, Texas2,666 contributions368 helpful votes
This was my second time to the Island in the Sky section of the park. In 2020 without all the tour buses it was magical. I am so glad we made 2020 the year to go back to so many national parks. Island in the Sky gets all the people. Most only visit this part. This year I was able to go to Needles district as well. Some day I hope to make it to Maze (I need a 4X4). Needles had no one there. I mean really the only other car I saw was the park ranger pick up twice. It was magical to be there with no one else in the summer. I am sure any other year Needles doesn't have many people. I was shocked there was no one in the camp sites either. I am not sure why so few people come here compared to Zion and Arches. Do note that all the areas are very spread out and you could literally do three different trips to see them. Make time to see them from more than the car. They are beautiful from the car but you are missing so much if that is all you do. Come to Utah!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Yukon23 wrote a review Dec 2020
Tampa, Florida179 contributions14 helpful votes
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We visited only island in the sky part of the park, but a lot to see there. My favorite is Mesa arch. It’s easy hike to get there. The arch is beautiful and the view from there is gorgeous. Grand view point overlook is another amazing area. You’d appreciate the beauty of nature. There are no restaurants or convenient stores near by, so we grabbed some food in Moab. There are picnic tables in several different locations, and it’s perfect to enjoy the view and relax between hiking.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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