Extending crosswise over southern and focal Utah are five shocking National Parks. Called the Mighty 5, these parks contain the absolute most exciting climbing trails and treacherous experiences in the United States! Let’s take a plunge into exploring these exciting and unique locations the USA has to offer!!
Day 1: Arches National Park is a wonderland of strange rock formations and arches. See where the Olympic Torch was carried for 2002 Olympic games, Delicate Arch(an arch formation). Devil’s Garden Trail is the Best Hike in Arches National Park. Stay is recommended at 57 Robbers Roost (Moab is just 10 minutes away by car).
Day 2: Explore Canyonlands National Park and see the dawn at Mesa Arch, visit the disregards (Grand View Point, Buck Canyon Overlook, Shafer Canyon Viewpoint), climb around Upheaval Dome, and climb the Druid Hill climb in The Needles. Stay is recommended at 57 Robbers Roost (Moab is about 45 minutes away by car).
Day 3: Capitol Reef National Park is worth the 16-mile round-trip drive along Scenic Drive, Capitol Gorge Road and the climb to Hickman Bridge to watch the nightfall from Sunset Point. Cassidy Arch is another prevalent climb to add to the rundown.Stay is recommended at Capitol Reef Resort and the Noor Hotel. If you are driving south from Capitol Reef, the Canyon Country Lodge.
Day 4: Bryce Canyon National Park includes Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, Inspiration Point, and Bryce Point. Climb the Queens Garden and Navajo Loop, a 3-mile climb past the absolute best view in the recreation center. Rainbow Point and Yovimpa Point are additionally pleasant perspectives. Stay is recommended at Bryce Canyon Inn, located 15 minutes away for the park.
Day 5: Explore Zion National Park and Hike the Zion Narrows from the top-down as a long day hike or a two-day backpacking trip. Experience the greatest hiking trails in the US! Stay is recommended at Holiday Inn Express