If you want a holiday exploring some of America's best national parks, then this is the one for you! starting at the Rocky Road National Park and finishing at one of the seven natural wonders of the world the Grand Canyon National Park, be prepared for some stunning scenery.
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Rocky Mountain National Park, CO
After landing in Denver, Colorado, head north for your first stop, the Rocky Mountain National Park. Be sure to check out the gorgeous views from Bear Lake, hike to the top of Hallett Peak and enjoy the ambience at Ouzel Falls.
Yellowstone National Park, WY
Your first night’s stay will be a little further north in Casper before a pleasant scenic drive up to Yellowstone National Park. The world’s oldest national park, Yellowstone is the home of Old Faithful, a famous cone geyser that scientists have been able to accurately predict when each eruption will occur.
It also has several opportunities for hiking, camping, boating, fishing and more, while bison, elk, grizzly bears and wolves are known to co-habit the park.
Grand Teton National Park, WY
South from Yellowstone brings you to Grand Teton National Park. With a combination of spectacular alpine terrain, crystal lakes and unbelievable wildlife, Grand Teton NP, the tranquillity and visuals on offer here are exceptional.
Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are available with little to no restrictions on which paths you take, allowing you to seek out the best spots for yourself!
Dinosaur National Monument, CO
Once the roaming space of dinosaurs, fossilised preserves are just one highlight of the Dinosaur National Monument. Many petroglyphs and other historic artefacts are left unmapped, allowing you to discover the ancient wonders hidden here.
Delicate Arch, UT
Known for containing the world-famous Delicate Arch, amongst over 2000 natural sandstone structures, Arches National Park is far different to those previously encountered. The Organ, The Three Gossips, Elephant Butte Devil’s Garden and the Fiery Furnace are just some of the many fantastic sights to be seen.
Canyonlands National Park, UT
Close by, Canyonlands National Park will be waiting. The park, contains two large river canyons carved into the Colorado Plateau, while there are four distinct districts in the park. The Island in the Sky, the Needles, the Maze and the rivers themselves each maintain an individual personality and charm despite sharing a collective desert atmosphere.
Bryce Canyon National Park, UT
Next will be onto nature’s greatest amphitheatre, Bryce Canyon. A naturally created marvel, Bryce Canyon National Park offers magnificent views, out over the rocky formations, fir tree forestry, nooks and crannies.
The Navajo Trail is a wondrous hike through the canyon and into the very depths whilst Thor’s Hammer is one of many noteworthy features amongst the hills.
Zion National Park, UT
Possibly the most spectacular on the tour, the Zion National Park is beyond words, just absolutely breath-taking. The narrow valley houses sparkling waters, emerald trees, mahogany and scarlet canyons and beautiful clear blue skies overseeing it all.
Pony treks are available as there is so much to see, you won’t want to miss any. Angels Landing offers a test only for the brave, but with a panoramic reward as justification.
Antelope Canyon, AZ
If you fancy your luck, you can enter the sweepstakes for tickets to the exclusive sloping sandstone formations of the Wave. Its undulating forms are renowned amongst tourists as the Wave has become a photography hotspot for those lucky enough to gain access.
Following here, Antelope Canyon is a set of beautiful, narrow slot canyons, requiring deft weaving to successfully navigate. Flash flooding amongst other things is the primary cause of the canyon’s formation through sandstone erosion.
Monument Valley, UT - AZ
The penultimate stop is Monument Valley, which offers one of the most picturesque drives imaginable. A truly amazing experience, this almost movie-set like locale is best viewed at sunrise or sunset for some ultimately stunning views. Guided tours are available but not a necessity, as you can enjoy the magnificent views whilst coasting through on your own.
Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
Finally, onto one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, The Grand Canyon. At 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide and depths of up to a mile, the Canyon is first hand accounting for nearly two billion years of earth’s history. Whether taking a heli tour or one via mule ride, there is plenty to be in awe at. The big one is the best conclusion to a trip full of wonder.
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