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Arches and Canyonlands National Park: Self-Driving Tours

1. Arches and Canyonlands National Park: Self-Driving Tours

Discover Arches and Canyonlands National Parks with self-guided driving tours on your phone. Admire stunning vistas, rock formations, and scenic hiking trails on a tour developed by local guides, curated by creative writers, and narrated by professional voice artists. Arches National Park Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app that will function as your personal guide, audio tour, and map all in one. Begin with an adventure into Arches National Park, starting at the visitor center. As you set out, pass the towering formation of the Three Penguins and the geological Moab Fault, offering a fantastic hiking trail. See the iconic Three Gossips and the towering series of formations that form the Courthouse Towers and Sheep Rock. Witness the strangely beautiful petrified dunes while learning about the native Paiute and their legends. Reach the famous Balanced Rock formation, followed quickly by the two most popular stops: the Windows Arches and Double Arch. You’ll make your way to Delicate Arch, the unrivaled highlight of this park. You can also check out the historic Wolfe Ranch and some ancient tribal petroglyphs. Your journey continues through the unique Salt Valley and to stunning formations like the Fiery Furnace, Sand Dune Arch, Arches Forest, Skyline Arch, and Tapestry Arch. Finally, make your way to the farthest point in the park: the Devil’s Garden. Here, you’ll get to visit the famous Landscape Arch. Canyonlands National Park Next, explore Canyonlands National Park, starting at the Moab Giants museum near the park’s east entrance. Head west into the deep red of the desert, where you’ll find the striking formations of Merrimack and Monitor. Then you’ll arrive at your first major viewpoint: Big Mesa Viewpoint. As you head toward the famous backcountry trail of White Rim Road, learn all about the invisible life which thrives in this seemingly desolate desert. Then, on your way to Basin Overlook, offering great views of the Colorado River, you’ll get the scoop on the uranium king of Canyonland. Next up is Dead Horse State Park, home to a legend spooky enough to suit its name. You’ll then enter the national park itself, where the Island in the Sky Visitor Center will be waiting in case you need a break. Visit Upheaval Dome, the formation of which has stumped geologists for decades. Catch the sunset at one of the nearby overlooks. Finally, you’ll arrive at the immensely popular Grand View Point, where your tour concludes.

Moab: Guided Full Moon Hike

2. Moab: Guided Full Moon Hike

On this full moon hike, admire the landscape and unique rock formations, illuminated by the glow of the moon. Gaze up to the sky as your guide points out satellites, planets, and constellations. When the full moon comes around each month, it provides enough light to read a newspaper near midnight. The canyons and arches take on a mysterious white glow as the landscape is illuminated in a different way. This easy to moderate hike provides a great opportunity to admire the stars. As you look up at the night sky, your guide, with the help of a laser pointer, will show you the different satellites, planets, and constellations that can be seen at this time.

From Moab: Full-Day Canyonlands and Arches 4x4 Driving Tour

3. From Moab: Full-Day Canyonlands and Arches 4x4 Driving Tour

Take a 4x4 driving tour through Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. This thrilling adventure includes stops for short hikes and scenic views. After pickup from your hotel in Moab, drive towards Canyonlands National Park high atop the Island in the Sky mesa. Descend via the steep switchbacks of the famous Shafer Trail and enjoy a brief stop to explore Native American rock art that was carved into the cliffs by the Ancestral Puebloans.   Continue through Canyonlands along a portion of the White Rim Trail over to Musselman Arch for incredible views of the Colorado River below. Enjoy a few stops with short hikes. In the afternoon, enter Arches National Park near Doc Williams Point. Climb a steep rock wall and drive across a valley through sandstone fins and dunes.   Pass the famous Tower Arch, the Eye of the Whale Arch, and the Marching Men — a group of 7 towers lined up in one row. Stop for some short walks to enjoy the fresh air and admire the views of the red rocks. Once you have explored both parks you'll be driven back to Moab, with a brief stop to explore dinosaur tracks along the way.

Moab: Canyonlands National Park Airplane Tour

4. Moab: Canyonlands National Park Airplane Tour

This spectacular flight will carry you above the fantastic scenery of the northern district of the Canyonlands National Park, known as the Island in the Sky. Majestic 1,000-foot high cliffs rise above the Colorado and Green Rivers, which border it on either side. Serpentine drainage systems are carved into the terrain below the cliffs. Upheaval Dome can be seen at its northern end, the confluence of the two rivers form the district’s southernmost point.  Then, continue to Needles District, the most fanciful and colorful portions of Canyonlands. Pink and white bands can be seen in its many spires and cliffs. It is the home of some of the most remote and famous arches of canyon country. Difficult to reach by hiking and extremely beautiful, Angel Arch and Druid Arches are the best-known landmarks in Canyonlands. Elephant Arch, Kirk Arch, Wedding Ring Arch, and Castle Arch, hidden away in the backcountry, are also included in this one-of-a-kind scenic flight tour.  Hiking to these arches would take several multi-day permitted visits and are beyond the physical reach of many of us. On this flight, you will see them all, jewels among the many wondrous features of this national park. Unlike hikers, you will see their magnificent surroundings from a bird’s-eye view, in the vastness of this remarkable portion of this gorgeous earth. A unique and very special opportunity awaits you on this exclusive flight through the remote arches of Canyonlands.

Moab: Half-Day Canyonlands National Park Private 4x4 Tour

5. Moab: Half-Day Canyonlands National Park Private 4x4 Tour

Folks visiting the parks on their own typically only see what is alongside the pavement road ─ this private 4x4 half-day trip will let you explore both the paved sections and backcountry of Canyonlands National Park. Enjoy complimentary snacks and water during your trip. If you’re looking to get the most out of your national park experience in Moab, this adventure tour is just what you're looking for. You’ll discover hidden gems, hear stories, and leave feeling like you missed nothing. Venture through the backcountry of Canyonlands National Park (Island in the Sky District) alongside a personal guide while on board a 4x4 backcountry vehicle with heat and air-conditioning for a comfortable ride no matter the season. Learn all about the parks, history, and geology of the Moab area as you explore hidden, off-road spots. Your guide will point out arch formations and other towering landscapes along the way. Some of the sights you’ll see include Potash Mine, Shafer Trail, Musselman Arch, Ancient Indian Petroglyphs (Rock Carvings), Thelma and Louise Point, and breathtaking canyon views. Since this is your own private tour experience, you can choose to stop for photos at any point. 

From Las Vegas: 7-Day Utah & Arizona National Parks Tour

6. From Las Vegas: 7-Day Utah & Arizona National Parks Tour

Choose from a a private or small-group tour and embark on an unforgettable 7-day adventure across Monument Valley. Admire the depths of the Grand Canyon, experience the real Wild Wild West, and discover the iconic Utah landscapes of Zion, Bryce, Arches, and Canyon Lands. Day 1 Zion National Park: Leaving the bright lights of Las Vegas behind us for a while we head out to Utah’s finest National Park. Massive canyon walls and red sandstone cliffs ascend toward a brilliant blue sky. Challenge yourself to what’s considered the best half day hike in the southwest by hiking a narrow ridgeline to Angels Landing. Take it easy exploring the pristine Emerald pools, enjoy a river hike deep in the narrows, weather permitting.  Or if you are feeling really adventurous-do all three! Day 2 Bryce National Park: A short drive today takes us to an elevation of 8000 ft into Bryce National Park. Take a stroll along the rim and marvel at the unique sandstone spires (hoodoos) that rise dramatically from the natural amphitheater. Hike down into the hoodoos for an up close and personal experience with this fascinating landscape. A soak in the outdoor hot tub back at camp will ease those hiking muscles and a night around the campfire will end this day nicely. Day 3-4 Arches and Canyonlands National Parks: Explore this stunning landscape in a guided sunset hummer tour or hang of a sandstone cliff on one of our optional canyoneering adventures! Visit Arches National Park home to over 2000 arches for a hike up to Delicate Arch. Enjoy walks in Canyonlands National Park where the Green river meets the Colorado in some of the most spectacular scenery the southwest has to offer. Swap tales of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid who used the canyons to hide from the law in the late 1800’s, visit the local town and enjoy Utah’s greatest adventure capital. Day 5 Monument Valley: We wind out way through more of USA Southwest’s spectacular scenery to one of the most iconic locations on the planet.  The background for many famous western movies and home to the Navajo Indians you are in for a real treat today. Hop onboard a 4X4 jeep and enjoy an included Navajo guided tour of Monument Valley.  Camp right along the rim and get ready to gaze up at the amazing starry skies and bag your front row seat to a magnificent sun rise. Day 6 Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Grand Canyon national park: Enjoy an optional visit to the world’s most famous slot canyon- Antelope Canyon this morning ($75-$80 pp) followed by a scenic walk to view Horseshoe Bend before heading to the Grand Canyon. Saving the best for last! After a brief visit to a Navajo trading post we follow the mighty Colorado River through the painted desert to one of the seven natural wonders of the world! Take in a bird’s eye view on an optional helicopter ride, stroll along the rim at sunset, take a hike into the one of the deepest  and most diverse canyons on earth or simply relax in one the rim cafes a admire the view before one last cookout with your new friends! Day 7 Las Vegas: We get our kicks at Route 66 and arrive back in Sin City in plenty of time to relax poolside before heading for the strip in a stylish stretch limousine.

Canyonlands National Park: Self-Guided Audio Driving Tour

7. Canyonlands National Park: Self-Guided Audio Driving Tour

Explore the dramatic landscapes of the Canyonlands National Park on a self-guided audio driving tour. Learn facinating information about the park and uncover 6 trails like the Aztec Butte Trail.  Download the app to your phone while connected to the internet and save your data while driving with an offline tour map. Find sights easily with the included GPS feature. Gain insight into the sights with the engaging audio content.  Have the freedom to pause and resume your tour. Craft your own adventure with a self-guided tour. Go thorugh the park’s Island of the Sky District, a marvel of geology and scenic views that stretch on for hundreds of miles. Uncover the mystery of the Upheaval Dome geological formation. Take in stunning views from the park's Mesa Arch. Stop by Island in the Sky Visitor Center to learn more about the park.

Moab: Helicopter Tour of Canyonlands National Park

8. Moab: Helicopter Tour of Canyonlands National Park

Enjoy a thrilling helicopter ride over Canyonlands National Park. See Buttes of the Cross, Ekker Butte, and Upheaval Dome. Land in the heart of Canyon Country and explore an abandoned mining camp. Start your day at Canyonlands Field Airport to check in for your private helicopter tour. After a safety briefing, board your helicopter and depart the airport for your amazing scenic tour. See panoramic and bird's-eye views of natural landmarks like Buttes of the Cross, Ekker Butte and Upheaval Dome. Take some time on the ground to visit an abandoned mining camp and enjoy your natural surroundings.

Moab: Canyons and Geology Airplane Trip

9. Moab: Canyons and Geology Airplane Trip

Clamber onboard a flight to remember and marvel at dramatic geological features. Benefit from informative commentary as you witness the dramatic landscape of the Moab area in a unique way. Fly east from Moab to the famous canyons of Gateway, Colorado. See the Colorado River and side canyons including Grandstaff Canyon, Morning Glory Arch, Castle Valley, and Professor Valleys. Encounter the Fisher Towers and exposures of the Paradox Formation. Swing over to the Dolores River Canyon to see the cliffs, canyons, and mesas that have been home to generations of ancient and modern Native Americans. Approach the La Sal Mountains and see the changes in vegetation as you catch distant views of the San Juan Mountains in Colorado. Learn all about the geological features as you head back towards canyon country with a bird's eye view of the Mi Vida uranium mine. Enjoy sights of the Canyonlands National Park, Needles District, the Confluence, and Island in the Sky before returning back to land.

Utah: Private 2-Day Arches & Canyonlands National Park Tour

10. Utah: Private 2-Day Arches & Canyonlands National Park Tour

Spend two glorious days exploring the major attractions of the Arches and Canyonlands National Park, two must-sees for anyone visiting Utah. With your pre-booked accommodation and the expertise of your local guide, this 2-day adventure will be a convenient and memorable outing for you and your group. On the first day of your tour, become acquainted with the splendour of Arches National park, a rugged scenic landscape boasting unique red rock formations. Arches National Park claims over 2,000 arches, the largest concentration of natural arches in the world. Get to enjoy a 28.9 km winding drive through the parks beautiful vistas. Stop at many of the overlooks and roadside stops for those wanting a relaxed experience. There are also easy to moderate hiking trails for those who like to explore. On day two, visit the stunning Canyonlands National Park and marvel at the towering cliffs and deep canyons. Take short walks to overlooks and drive along the scenic roadway so you can see much of the park. Feel free to choose an optional short, moderate hike that leads to Mesa Arch, an unassuming arch whose fame is not for its size but it's placement as it clings to the cliff edge and picture frames an expanse that can be seen for 30 miles. Spend your evenings enjoying the desert in an intimate way as you discover remote canyons, seek out prehistoric dinosaur tracks, visit ancient rock art panels, watch the sunset from a clifftop overlook, or see the stars in a certified dark sky park.

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What people are saying about Angel Arch

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 14 reviews

The full moon hike was a wonderful and unique experience. Our guide, Travis was awesome-knowledgeable, patient and great with my kids barrage of questions. The hike itself was beautiful, a much different pace from the more crowded morning hikes in the area.

Very knowledgeable guide and great tour. The duration of the tour is perfect to take it easy and not have to rush.

Both auto guides were extremely informing à were synced with each point of interest.

Best money ever spent. Arches and Canyonland narrated, can’t be beat

Friendly tour driver and fun tour for small children.