A World of Mazes

Home to Mother Nature’s sculpture garden, Canyonlands National Park is adorned with towering mesas, whimsical arches, and winding valleys as far as the eye can see. Below, the canyons echo with vibrations of the Colorado River, as if celebrating moments from the red rocks’ past. Seasons unfold like chapters in Canyonland’s existence. In the blistering heat of summer, the sun's rays dance across the canyon walls, casting shadows that tell tales of eons past. When autumn arrives, the sunlight softens and turns the mesas into a canvas of warm, earthly tones before winter transforms the canyons into a serene wonderland.

Canyonlands Tours

Painted Canyons of the West featuring Utah’s Five National Parks

9 Days | 11 Meals


$3,299 pp*

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Fun Facts About Canyonlands

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In 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson helped to establish 257,640 acres of Canyonlands National Park

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Two major rivers are responsible for carving the Canyonlands region – the Colorado and the Green

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Horseshoe Canyon is best known for its impressive Native American rock art

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