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Utah Bryce Canyon & Zion National Parks Hiking Tour

The Best of Canyon Country from Hoodoos to the Virgin Narrows


Embark on an unforgettable hiking adventure in two breathtaking Southwest national parks: Bryce Canyon and Zion. Marvel at the incredible hoodoos and geological wonders that make Bryce Canyon so unique. In Zion, take in the towering cliffs, cascading waterfalls, and stunning canyons. Ascend to Observation Point and enjoy an unforgettable hike through the Virgin River Narrows. Possibly your best memories will be made exploring the lesser-known lava flows, sand dunes, and geologic marvels of Kodachrome Basin and Snow Canyon. Join us to the classics and the hidden gems!

6 Days

From: $3,695

Embark on an unforgettable hiking adventure in two breathtaking Southwest national parks: Bryce Canyon and Zion. Marvel at the incredible hoodoos and geological wonders that make Bryce Canyon so unique. In Zion, take in the towering cliffs, cascading waterfalls, and stunning canyons. Ascend to Observation Point and enjoy an unforgettable hike through the Virgin River Narrows. Possibly your best memories will be made exploring the lesser-known lava flows, sand dunes, and geologic marvels of Kodachrome Basin and Snow Canyon. Join us to the classics and the hidden gems!

Highlights


  • Wade through a scenic slot canyon riverbed on the Virgin River Narrows and climb to Observation Point in Zion National Park

  • Hike beneath stunning hoodoos in Bryce Canyon National Park

  • Explore the visually stunning Snow Canyon and Kodachrome Basin State Parks

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Utah Bryce Canyon & Zion National Parks Hiking

Start: St. George, Utah  End: St. George, Utah

Start/End locations may vary. Do not book flights until your trip details are confirmed.

Itinerary


  • Hike Snow Canyon State Park & Scenic Transfer to Bryce Canyon

    Day 1

    Welcome to Utah! Your guides will pick you and your fellow adventures up this morning from your pre-trip hotel. After an orientation meeting, lace up your hiking boots and hit the trails of Snow Canyon State Park, where you'll discover a world of natural wonder waiting to be explored. A place of breathtaking beauty, where the sandstone cliffs, red rock formations, and lava fields create a stunning natural landscape for hiking enthusiasts to explore. Marvel at the diverse wildlife, from desert tortoises to Gila monsters, and take in the vibrant colors of the park's plant life. The park's unique geological features make it a must-visit destination for any nature lover. After traversing Red Canyon, arrive in the late afternoon into Bryce Canyon National Park, with a welcome dinner followed by an optional scenic sunset walk.

    Accommodation: Bryce Canyon Lodge-Bryce, Utah

    Activity: 2-4 hours/3-5 miles hiking with 500' elevation gain

    Transportation: 3-3.5 hour private van transfer

    Meals: Lunch, Dinner

  • Hike Bryce Canyon & Kodachrome Basin

    Day 2

    Drop below the rim on an unforgettable hiking adventure through the stunning Queen's Garden and Navajo Loop Trails in Bryce Canyon National Park. These two trails combine to create a 3-mile loop that winds through Bryce Canyon's iconic hoodoos and breathtaking natural landscapes. Hiking the Queen's Garden trail goes down into the heart of the canyon, where you'll be surrounded by towering hoodoos and otherworldly rock formations. The Navajo Loop trail then leads you back up to the rim, with stunning views of the canyon and beyond. After lunch discover the otherworldly landscapes of Kodachrome Basin State Park, with over 70 monolithic stone spires that rise from the earth, the park's otherworldly beauty is a sight to behold.

    Accommodation: Bryce Canyon Lodge-Bryce, Utah

    Activity: 6-8 hours/ 5-6 miles hiking with up to 1,200' elevation gain (options available)

    Transportation: 1-1.5 hour private van transfer

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Hike Fairy Land Loop & Rainbow Point at Bryce Canyon

    Day 3

    Rise for a day of exploration and an extraordinary hiking adventure on the Fairyland Loop. This 8-mile trail winds through some of the most stunning natural landscapes in the park and offers breathtaking views of hoodoos, rock formations, and lush forests. The trail is rated as moderate, making it a great option for hikers of all levels who are looking for a bit of a challenge. Along the way, you'll encounter unique geological features, diverse wildlife, and colorful flora, making the hike a truly unforgettable experience. Highlights of the trail include the Tower Bridge, a natural arch formed by the elements, and Fairyland Canyon, which is home to some of the park's most dramatic hoodoos. In the late afternoon explore the many scenic stops between the park lodge and Rainbow Point. Don't forget to bring your camera to capture the stunning views and make memories that will last a lifetime.

    Accommodation: Bryce Canyon Lodge-Bryce, Utah

    Activity: 6-8 hours/8 miles hiking with 1,600' elevation gain (options available)

    Transportation: 1-1.5 hour private van transfer

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Hike the Zion's Virgin River Narrows

    Day 4

    After breakfast, journey to Zion National Park through the iconic Zion tunnel. Today takes you through the heart of Zion Canyon, following the Virgin River as it winds through towering canyon walls that reach heights of up to 1,000 feet. The hike can be completed as a 6-mile round trip, but shorter options are available depending on your appetite for adventure. The Narrows hike is unique in that it involves wading through the Virgin River for most of the journey, with the water sometimes reaching thigh or waist height. This makes the hike both exciting and challenging, but also incredibly rewarding. As you hike through the narrow canyon walls, you'll be surrounded by breathtaking natural scenery and unique geological features, including hanging gardens, towering cliffs, and sandy beaches. Hiking the Zion Narrows is an experience unlike any other and one that should not be missed by anyone visiting Zion National Park. It's a true test of both physical and mental endurance, but the reward is an unforgettable journey through one of the most stunning natural wonders in the world. Enjoy dinner on your own in charming Springdale, Utah.

    Accommodation: Cliffrose Lodge

    Activity: 5-7 hours/5-6 miles hiking - in/out of water all day (gear provided)

    Transportation: 2-hour private van transfer and up to 45 minutes on the Zion Shuttle Bus

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

  • Hike Observation Point in Zion National Park

    Day 5

    If you've come seeking an epic hiking adventure, look no further than the Observation Point Trail. This 8-mile round trip trail offers unparalleled views of the park's stunning natural landscapes, including sweeping views of Zion Canyon from a perch of over 2,000 feet above the canyon floor. The trail is challenging, with steep switchbacks and rocky terrain, but the reward is worth it. Along the way, you'll encounter unique geological features, diverse wildlife, narrow slot canyons, and lush forests, making the hike a truly unforgettable experience. A highlight of the trail includes passing through Echo Canyon, a narrow canyon with soaring walls and a natural turn around spot for the less ambitious. If you choose to press on and reach the iconic observation point, you'll be rewarded with panoramic views of the park's stunning beauty. Celebrate your journey with a farewell dinner in Springdale.

    Accommodation: Cliffrose Lodge

    Activity: 4-6 hours/ 8 miles hiking with up to 2,300' elevation gain (options available)

    Transportation: 10-15 minutes via Zion Park Shuttle in/out of the park

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Hike Watchman Trail & Depart to St. George

    Day 6

    Rise and shine for a perfect farewell to Canyon Country. Starting the ascent of the Watchman Trail near sunrise is a perfect way to avoid the crowds and enjoy the serene beauty of the park in the early morning light. As you hike up the trail, you'll encounter a variety of natural features, including beehive formations, lush vegetation, and views straight up the main fork of Zion Canyon. The trail is relatively moderate in difficulty, making it a perfect way to greet the day. The trail culminates at the Watchman Overlook, which offers panoramic views of the canyon and the Virgin River. The viewpoint is especially stunning, as the first light of day illuminates the canyon walls and casts a warm glow over the landscape. Return to the hotel to pack and enjoy a hot breakfast before departing for St. George, arriving before noon to catch homebound flights.

    Activity: 2-3 hours/3-4 miles hiking with up to 375' elevation gain (optional)

    Transportation: 1 to 1.5-hour private van transfer

    Meals: Breakfast

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Dates & Prices


  • 2024
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  • Inclusions

2024

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2024 Pricing

2 guests from $6,995 per person double occupancy

3 guests from $5,495 per person double occupancy

4 guests from $4,695 per person double occupancy

5 guests from $4,595 per person double occupancy

6 guests from $4,295 per person double occupancy

7 guests from $3,995 per person double occupancy

8 guests from $3,795 per person double occupancy

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  • Expertise and services of our experienced adventure guides
  • All accommodations as noted in the itinerary
  • All breakfasts, almost all lunches and dinners as noted in the itinerary
  • Snacks and water between meals
  • Additional regional guides and experts on many trips
  • Comprehensive Trip Planner with detailed pre-trip information
  • Private guided tours at historic sites, museums, wineries and other select attractions as noted in the itinerary
  • Special events and other select attractions as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All gratuities at hotels and restaurants
  • Equipment and experienced guides for activities as described in the itinerary
  • Park and other entry fees (unless otherwise noted)
  • Fares for trains, ferries and other modes of travel as listed in the itinerary
  • Select transfers as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Baggage transfers and porterage

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  • International airfare, airport taxes, and excess baggage fees
  • Alcoholic beverages (MT Sobek provides wine at select events)
  • Gratuities for MT Sobek guides and guide-drivers
  • Travel Protection Program
  • Personal expenses

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Your Guides


The best people to immerse you in a destination are the ones who live there, which is why we feature local Adventure Guides on our trips. Here are a few that you might meet on this adventure.

Joel Clark

Joel Clark

Never without his old battered hat, given to him by his grandfather, Joel Clark has an addiction to the wide open spaces of the West. He has hiked the Pacific Crest Trail, the Continental Divide Trail, the Appalachian Trail, and charted his own cross-country trek across the Mojave Desert totaling some 8,000 miles. Joel is an experienced guide, leading adventure tours and horse riding expeditions through the canyon lands of Southern Utah for nearly 10 years. When he gets out his guitar around the campfire, bring a handkerchief because you're going to hear some soulful old cowboy songs.

Charlie Taussig

Charlie Taussig

Charlie began guiding in North America over 10 years ago, and since then he has been crisscrossing, circling, driving, flying, surfing, and hiking all over the continent, from Hawaii to all the way up at the Arctic Circle. In his free time, you will find him with his family and friends in his home state of Washington or traveling the world. At home or abroad, he enjoys many things that involve being outside and sharing it with others. You can always count on finding him exploring, seeing live music, snowboarding and surfing.

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Activity Level


This trip is rated activity level 3. Daily 3- to 6-hour hikes on steep and uneven terrain with some moderate exposure to heights. Hikes will often be broken up across multiple different trails with rest breaks. Hiking Zion's Virgin River Narrows can be easy or challenging, depending on the water level and temperature. The 8-mile Observation Point hike (with 2,000' elevation gain) is the most challenging hike, but summiting is optional.
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Activity Snapshot

Day 1

2-4 hours/3-5 miles hiking with 500' elevation gain

Day 2

6-8 hours/ 5-6 miles hiking with up to 1,200' elevation gain (options available)

Day 3

6-8 hours/8 miles hiking with 1,600' elevation gain (options available)

Day 4

5-7 hours/5-6 miles hiking - in/out of water all day (gear provided)

Day 5

4-6 hours/ 8 miles hiking with up to 2,300' elevation gain (options available)

Day 6

2-3 hours/3-4 miles hiking with up to 375' elevation gain (optional)

Accommodations


Modern and relaxed three-star properties in five-star settings.

Bryce Canyon Lodge-Bryce, Utah
Bryce Canyon Lodge-Bryce, Utah

Ideally located near the canyon rim and hiking trailheads, the historic Bryce Canyon Lodge sits steps away from scenic viewpoints, fine dining, and shops. All rooms have telephones, clock radios, hair dryers, coffee-makers, portable fans, and thermostat-controlled heat. To preserve the lodge's rustic feel and experience, there are no televisions. Wi-Fi is available in the main lodge.

Cliffrose Lodge
Cliffrose Lodge

Located in Springdale, Cliffrose Lodge sits on five acres along the Virgin River, just steps from Zion National Park. The manicured grounds feature an outdoor heated pool, riverside hot tubs, and comfortable accommodations. The central location is perfect for exploring the nearby shops, galleries, and restaurants.

Weather


At nearly 8,000-feet elevation Bryce Canyon National Park is significantly cooler than Zion National Park and weather is variable depending on elevation. Expect warm, sunny days and cool evenings, but come prepared for a wide variety of conditions. Daytime highs can range from 64-85°F and evening lows from 40-55°F.

 
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Zion National Park 
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FAQs


How should I train for my Utah National Park adventure?

The best training is hiking. Work up to hiking similar distances with your daypack loaded with the same weight and items you will be carrying on our day hikes.

Is there wildlife in the high desert and canyons?

Yes! Park boundaries mean little to the migratory hummingbirds, peregrine falcon, Rocky Mountain elk, Prairie dogs, horned lizards, and pronghorn which can be found throughout the forested plateaus of Bryce Canyon National Park. Mule deer abound in Zion National Park, plus if you look closely you often find Canyon tree frogs clinging to the rocks and spring-fed ferns.

When is the best time to go on this trip?

While summer is nice in Bryce, it can get very hot in Zion though the high canyon walls provide shade and comfortable morning and evening temperatures. Most would agree, overall spring and fall are the very best times to visit.

Who is this trip perfect for?

This adventure is perfect for anyone who enjoys an active vacation focused on hiking in stunning landscapes, geology buffs, photography enthusiasts, and those who love to gaze at the stars! Both parks offer a wide range of trails for hikers of all skill levels, making it the perfect destination for adventurers seeking a challenge or those just looking for a peaceful nature walk.

Detailed Itinerary

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Guest Reviews


"Great experience every time with some of the most knowledgeable guides in their fields. We always come home with wonderful memories of the people we meet and things we see."

Bob J.
MT Sobek Guest

"Unbelievable natural beauty in these five Utah parks was more than complemented by the accommodations, the fascinating members of our group, and our ultra-competent guides."

Laura S.
MT Sobek Guest, Utah National Parks Multi-Adventure