Best National Parks in Utah: The Utah Mighty 5

Visiting Utah's top national parks offers gravity-defying red rock formations, unbeatable hiking, and desert adventures for a bucket list-worthy experience.

In this story, you’ll find details about each of the Utah Mighty 5 as well as a suggested road trip itinerary for seeing all the Utah national parks in one trip.

Hike along Arches’ wonderful trails to take in as many of its fantastic landscapes and viewpoints as you can.

Arches National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park is home to the largest collection of hoodoos in the world and the landscape here is simply fantastic.

Bryce Canyon National Park

Even though Canyonlands is located pretty close to Arches, the landscape here differs. Canyonlands is all about sweeping canyon views and humongous rock formations.

Canyonlands National Park

It features startling cliffs, canyons, and domes in a geologic monocline known as the Waterpocket Fold, which is a big 100-mile wrinkle on the earth.

Capitol Reef National Park

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