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Visit Canyonlands National Park

The park's iconic buttes veer skywards, looming over Utah like Medieval castles. Canyonlands National Park cabins are your private castle in the wilderness, opening up a world of wildlife-watching, spectacular hikes and outdoor adventure sports. Explore the park's four regions, the Island in the Sky, the Needles, the Maze and the park's snaking rivers. Each of these natural landscapes is world-renowned, attracting eager visitors to hotels near Canyonlands National Park in droves. The landscape is so vast however, that you will feel like you have it all to yourself.

Places to Stay Near to Canyonlands National Park

Cottage Moab
Jul 1 - Jul 8
$165 per night
Cottage ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Cottage in Moab with Patio & Grill + Incredible Views

4.9
Outstanding (38 ratings)
Moab, Grand County, Utah, United States
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House Moab
Jul 20 - Jul 27
$425 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Vacation Home in Moab with Patio & Grill + Incredible Views

5.0
Outstanding (33 ratings)
Moab, Grand County, Utah, United States
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House Moab
Jul 20 - Jul 27
$165 per night
House ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Wonderful House in Moab with Grill & Patio + Incredible Views

4.9
Outstanding (52 ratings)
Moab, Grand County, Utah, United States
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Must-Do Hikes in Canyonlands National Park

Must-Do Hikes in Canyonlands National Park

Part of the Colorado Plateau, a vast swathe of landscape that projected the Rocky Mountains into the sky some 20 million years ago, the Canyonlands National Park is a dream hiking destination. It's no coincidence that hikers come from across the globe to stay in Canyonlands National Park Cabins. Here are some of the top hikes:

  • 1. The Needles

    Visit a pueblo granary on the Roadside Ruin Trail, or take an hour long hike to a historic cowboy camp featuring petroglyphs at Cave Springs. Big Spring to Squaw Canyon is the classic Needles hike and takes 3-4 hours. Starting at Cathedral Butte, Salt Creek Canyon grows no less impressive as you discover archaeological sites and arches along the 22 mile route.

  • 2. Island in the Sky

    There are numerous hikes in this region of the park. Start your day with a sunrise trek to Mesa Arch, an arch of rock. Next, hike to Whale Rock for views of Upheaval Dome, a surreal rock formation. Syncline Loop lasts for eight miles and takes around six hours to complete, passing through boulder-littered canyons and jagged switchbacks on a thousand foot ascent.

  • 3. The Maze

    Take a four wheel drive vehicle to the trail heads in The Maze, which are located about three miles to the south east of the Hans Flat Ranger Station. From there a sublime fifteen mile hike takes you to the spectacular Maze Overlook. The least accessible area of the park, it is also one of the most impressive, so it's a good idea to leave ample time for exploring.

Great Places to Stay Near Canyonlands National Park

House Moab
Jul 20 - Jul 27
$532 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

House in Moab with Patio + Incredible View

Moab, Grand County, Utah, United States
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House Moab
Jul 20 - Jul 27
$165 per night
House ∙ 3 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Vacation Home in Moab with Grill & Patio + Incredible Views

5.0
Outstanding (68 ratings)
Moab, Grand County, Utah, United States
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House Moab
Jul 20 - Jul 27
$370 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Vacation Home in Moab with Patio & Grill + Incredible Views

4.8
Outstanding (36 ratings)
Moab, Grand County, Utah, United States
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Best Outdoor Adventures in Canyonlands National Park

Best Outdoor Adventures in Canyonlands National Park

Rivers rush through vast canyons and eagles soar in the air in Canyonlands National Park. Here's a bird's eye overview of the best outdoor adventures that Utah's most celebrated park has to offer:

  • 1. The Colorado and Green Rivers

    Explore the confluence of these two rivers and the streams that wind through Horseshow and Salt Creek canyons. Look out for bighorn sheep and mule deer while osprey and eagles soar overhead. Cataract Canyon's fourteen miles of white water gushes with twenty foot high waves at peak flow, making it unsafe to canoe yet spellbinding to watch.

  • 2. Mountain bike in Canyonlands

    Hundreds of miles of roads open up vistas of red rock buttes, roaring rivers and plunging canyons. Explore the park from Canyonlands National Park cabins, with day trips to White Rim, Elephant Hill, Lavender Canyon and Horse Canyon, which are connected by an easily navigable road system.

  • 3. Four-Wheel-Drive

    Scenic drives unfold vistas from pinnacles a thousand foot in the air. Dramatic canyons, sweeping rivers and strange butte formations appear as you round each new bend. Don't miss Big Spring Canyon Overlook and the nearby Needles Visitor Center.

Top Lodging Near Canyonlands National Park

House Moab
$176 per night
House ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

House in Moab with Patio & Grill + Incredible Views

4.9
Outstanding (74 ratings)
Moab, Grand County, Utah, United States
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Camping Moab
Jul 1 - Jul 8
$207 per night
Camping ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Camping Suite in Moab with Patio + Incredible View

Moab, Grand County, Utah, United States
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House Moab
Jul 20 - Jul 27
$463 per night
House ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

House in Moab with Patio + Incredible View

5.0
Outstanding (3 ratings)
Moab, Grand County, Utah, United States
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Best Family Activities in Canyonlands National Park

Best Family Activities in Canyonlands National Park

At Canyonlands National Park, you can peer into the depths of the universe, or at a prehistoric petroglyph. You will be inspired by both the majesty of the natural landscape and the scientific and artistic endeavours of man.

  • 1. Stargazing

    Thanks to low light pollution, galaxies and mirage-like vistas of the Milky Way can be seen twinkling as night descends. Ranger Programs take you into the inky depths of this International Dark Sky Park. Canyonlands is a gold tier Dark Sky Park, meaning you can see three times as many stars as in a city with the naked eye.

  • 2. Peekaboo Petroglyphs

    Take a peek at the prehistoric rock art that adorns the red rocks in the park. Ghostly images float on their surfaces, bringing you into close proximity with the gestures of ancient Native Americans. Archaeologists interpret the meaning of these images as maps, spiritual celebrations and calendars. See what your family make of them so many thousands of years later.

  • 3. Engage with a Community Artist

    It isn't just wildlife that roams the parkland. Each year a different artist in residence captures the park's features anew and your family can meet them, ask them questions and be inspired to create your own art.

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