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Canyonlands National Park

24 locals recommend ·

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Becky
Becky
February 9, 2020
Canyonlands offers many breathtaking views and hiking opportunities.
Cindy
Cindy
February 3, 2020
This is like two parks in one! You have Island in the Sky, located North of Moab, which is high on the mesa overlooking the Green and Colorado River and the canyons those rivers formed. South of Moab, the Maze District is more rugged and recommended for more advanced travelers with four-wheel…
Tiffany
Tiffany
January 24, 2020
More amazing panoramas than you ever thought possible all in one place!
Deb
Deb
October 27, 2019
Beautiful scenery! If you have an extra 2 days on your itinerary, I highly suggest you visit Canyonlands.
Vivian
Vivian
September 25, 2019
Canyonlands National Park is a collection of all the primitive and barren peculiar landforms of the western United States: canyons, arches, stone bridges, peaks and pingdingshan. If you want to experience the natural scenery of the western region, you must not miss it.

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“30 minutes south of Blanding. This museum features pioneers that settled Blanding and Bluff. It’s free to visit and it’s a cool place for adults and kids. Checkout la bunch of log cabins furnished with family heirlooms from the actual pioneers and their stories. There is a place for kids to pan for “gold”, hand carts to pull around, “steer” roping, and pioneer clothes for kids to dress up in. My favorite part is the homemade brownies and cookies sold for $1 .”
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“Newspaper Rock is a great stop on your Canyonlands. If you take the back road leading to Newspaper Rock it will take you about the same amount of time but there is a pit stop for Newspaper Rock that allows you to see these amazing hieroglyphs just off the road. ”
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Location
Utah
Phone+1 435-719-2313
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