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Wake up at Glamping Canyonlands! You are located right in the middle of it all! You could visit Moab, but why not avoid the crowds take a slower-paced route today?
Canyonlands National Park Needles District
The Needles forms the southeast corner of Canyonlands and was named for the colorful spires of Cedar Mesa Sandstone that dominate the area.
Newspaper Rock State Historic Monument
Newspaper Rock State Historic Monument is a Utah state monument featuring a rock panel carved with one of the largest known collections of petroglyphs. The 200-square-foot (19 m2) rock is a part of
Cave Springs Trail
Cave Springs Trailhead is a 0.6 mile hike located in Moab, UT rated moderate.
Canyon Country Discovery Center
Canyon Country Discovery Center creates lifelong learning experiences about the Colorado Plateau through adventure, education, and stewardship.
Needles Overlook is a 0.2 mile hike located in Monticello, UT rated easy.
Wilson Arch, also known as Wilson's Arch, is a natural sandstone arch in southeastern Utah, United States just off U.S. Route 191 located in San Juan County, 24 miles south of Moab.
Willing to travel a little farther today? This will make for a full day. But you'll hike, visit some of the best rock formations in the west and drive through the Valley of the Gods.
Butler Wash Ruins
Although the ruin has not been restored, the area is partially developed. The Butler Wash Ruins access is well signed with the parking area right on the highway.
Natural Bridges National Monument
Moki Dugway is one of the most dangerous roads in the state, but also one of the most spectacular. This well-graded dirt road winds down the face of Cedar Mesa to the valley floor below.
Goosenecks State Park
One of the most photographed places in southeast Utah, Goosenecks is a must-see.
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