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The stunning natural beauty of the Beehive State is something every traveler should experience. The iconic images massive domes, towering spires and impressive hoodoos in Utah’s national parks will stay with you long after your trip.
There are 13 national parks, trails and monuments that are under the management of the National Park Service, and each has a unique beauty well-worth exploring. Among the most popular sites are “The Mighty Five.”
“The Mighty Five” national parks beckon to millions of family and adventure travelers every year. Start making plans now to watch the sunset over the sandstone formations at Arches National Park or hike through the slot canyons in Zion National Park. There is ancient rock art in Capitol Reef Monument and a starry sky that has become a hit with stargazers traveling through Southern Utah. Are you an early riser? Try the catching the sunrise over Canyonlands National Park. And, of course, the natural amphitheaters and hoodoos of Bryce Canyon National Park, along with the ranger-led geology talks are not to be missed.
Hiking, auto tours, biking, horseback riding, rock climbing, and canyoneering opportunities are all waiting for you as you discover the incredible beauty of Utah’s national parks.