Utah National Park Road Trip
Utah National Park Road Trip
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par personne, hors vols internationaux (base 2 pers.)
1 432 km
effectués au cours du séjour en voiture
Période de l’année
Avril - Mai
Mois au cours desquels le voyage a été effectué
Guide rédigé en Anglais
The best way to see the Mighty 5 National Parks of Utah is a road trip. This itinerary starts in Salt Lake City, Utah and continues around the state.
From the beautifully photogenic hoodoos in Bryce Canyon National Park to the 3000 foot vertical drop offs of Zion National Park, the scenery of Utah's National Parks are like no other.
You could spend an endless number of days exploring Utah’s beauty and still leave hoping for a return visit. But if you have at least a week, you can explore a majority of the magnificent scenery.
Red Butte Garden and Arboretum is a beautiful botanical garden, arboretum, and amphitheatre. It is located in the foothills of the Wasatch Range in Salt Lake City, Utah and is open year-round to the public. We loved visiting and viewing the flowers, it was a very unique garden style.
Arches National Park was the first stop on our road trip. It was about a 4 hour drive from Salt Lake City. The price listed is the National Park Pass price which was used to enter all parks on this trip. We were able to hike multiple trails at this park as many of the trails are short and rated easy. First on the list was Balanced Rock trail which is a 0.3 mile round trip super easy hike.
On our second day at Bryce Canyon there was a fluke snowstorm which worried us about our hiking plans. We did three trails in one: Tower Bridge - Fairyland Loop - Rim Trail, which took us around five and a half hours to complete. The rim trail is beautiful on its own, but walking deep into the canyon made the walk back to the top even more rewarding. The hike totaled over 10 miles!
We stopped by the museum on our way to the park to hike. The exhibits display the rich human history of Zion National Park. American Indian culture, historic pioneer settlement, and Zion's growth as a national park, the Human History Museum also illustrates the effects of water in Zion. Both creator and destroyer, water is why people have traveled through and settled in Zion. It was a lot of fun!
The Kolob Canyons section of Zion National Park is north of Zion Canyon and is at a separate entrance. A five-mile scenic drive along the Kolob Canyons Road allows you to view the crimson canyons and gain access to various trails and scenic viewpoints. It is closed during some seasons due to weather, so make sure you check the website for alerts.
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Budget : 540€ / 8 jours / par personne (base 2 pers.)
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