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Tailor Made Utah: Bryce Canyon & Zion National Park

4 days from $4,595 per person

Private Journey

Travel with your private party on this Luxury Tailor Made Journey, departing when you choose and with expert local guides leading the way; you can even customize the itinerary to your interests.

From Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon to the Wasatch Mountains and the mountain town of Alta, savor the extraordinary scenic splendor of Utah’s national parks on this independent journey.

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Experience the best of Utah’s national parks on one comprehensive journey, hiking the scenic terrain and taking in some of America’s most captivating landscapes

Brave the spine-tingling saddle of Angel’s Landing, or hike one of Zion National Park’s tamer trails

See the intricate rock formations of Bryce Canyon National Park, tinted in myriad hues of red and orange 

Stop at the best lookout spots and sites of interest as you journey to Capitol Reef National Park

Visit the strange and colorful Goblin Valley State Park for an unforgettable photo opportunity among thousands of hoodoos (rock spires)

Itinerary at a Glance

Day 1
Capitol Reef | The Hickman Bridge Trail
Day 2
Bryce Canyon National Park | In the Bryce Amphitheater
Day 3
Zion National Park | Ascending Angel’s Landing
Day 4
Depart Las Vegas
Luxury Tailor Made Journeys depart on the dates that work for you and feature expert local guides throughout your journey. The itinerary below can be customized to your interests.
Day 1
Capitol Reef | The Hickman Bridge Trail

Depart Moab early this morning for a fascinating ride through Utah’s badlands, home to some of the world’s richest fossil beds. Arrive at Capitol Reef National Park in time for a picnic lunch among rock towers and naturally formed arches. Then, join your guide on a hike through the park’s spectacular canyons and cliffs, including the stunning Waterpocket Fold. Next, head to Goblin Valley State Park for breathtaking photo opportunities among thousands of colorful hoodoos (rock spires). Continue along Utah’s famed ST 12 Highway, winding your way through red rock canyons as the sun goes down. Finally, settle in for the night at your secluded accommodations just outside of Bryce Canyon National Park.

Stone Canyon Inn
Meals: Lunch
Day 2
Bryce Canyon National Park | In the Bryce Amphitheater

Wake up with the sunrise today for an early morning drive to Bryce Canyon National Park, where you take a breathtaking hiking tour. Bryce Canyon is home to some of the continent’s most intricate and detailed rock formations, as myriad red and orange hues paint the landscapes of pyramidal towers, hoodoos and more. Stop for a picnic lunch among a grove of 2,000-year-old bristlecone pine trees, and then continue to the best viewpoints the park has to offer. Enjoy a picnic lunch before your driver-guide whisks you away to your next hotel, located in Springdale — just outside Zion National Park.

Desert Pearl Inn
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Day 3
Zion National Park | Ascending Angel’s Landing

Today, ascend one of Zion’s most storied features, Angel’s Landing. Alternatively, you may opt to hike one of Zion National Park’s tamer trails if you prefer. After an early breakfast, head back into a park and begin your climb up a steep trail that has literally been cut into the face of a vertical cliff. Along the way, it passes by a cool grotto, and then up the switchbacks known as Walters Wiggles. Stop for a photo at Scout’s Lookout, and then proceed on to the final push. Hike along a sandstone fin with 700-foot drops on either side. The trail is plenty wide to feel secure, and hip-high chains are there to hold along the more treacherous parts. Finish by midafternoon and return to Springdale for a late lunch. Take some time to relax, and then enjoy an afternoon excursion to an authentic ghost town, complete with its own cabins, school house and pioneer cemetery.

Desert Pearl Inn
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Day 4
Depart Las Vegas

After breakfast, transfer to Las Vegas International Airport to begin your journey home.

Meals: Breakfast

Enhance Your Journey

Elevate your experience with a host of options available for an additional cost.


Set out on a full-day, privately guided canyoneering adventure during an extra day of exploration in Zion National Park. Learn professional canyoneering techniques from your local expert guides as you hike scenic trails, climb pulse-quickening passes and rappel down slot canyons. Round out the day with a cool swim in a lush desert oasis.


Climb into the saddle for a leisurely horseback ride into Bryce Canyon, ambling past towering pines and among the hoodoos, accompanied by an expert guide.

Priced from $4,595

Prices are per person, double occupancy for the itinerary as published for 2019 travel. Please call for 2020 pricing. Supplements may apply over holidays, festivals and special events. Subject to availability. International air not included.

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