National Parks

Travel out west and experience the beauty of the natural world. Whether from the clear, star strewn skies to the deep canyon waters, visitors gain a new perspective at every stop. And what trip out west would be complete without a drive to the Grand Canyon? Considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon stretches for 277 miles and is up to 18 miles wide and over one mile deep. Impressive in scale, students will marvel at its overwhelming depths. 


Zion National Park

Located near Springdale, Utah, Zion National Park contains breathtaking scenery. The main attraction is Zion Canyon stretches for 15 miles through the center of the park, exposing red and tan colored rock on the canyon walls.

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Bryce Canyon National Park

Over millions of years of freezes and thaws, water and wind havecarved endless fields of red rock pillars, called hoodoos, into the park's series of natural amphitheaters. Situated along a high plateau at the top of the Grand Staircase, the park's high elevations include geological wonders that will delight and amaze.


Yosemite National Park

As one of America’s most popular national parks, Yosemite boasts some of the best views, hiking trails, and family vacation opportunities in the country. Stand amongst the granite cathedrals and appreciate the true reach of what we can do to save our special places.


Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone illustrates how truly violent the Earth can be with boiling hot springs, fumaroles, mud spots, and geysers. Yellowstone, however, is much more than hot ground. Park boundaries enclose craggy peaks, alpine lakes, deep canyons, and vast forests. In 1872, Yellowstone became the world's first national park, the result of great foresight on the part of many people about our eventual need for the solace and beauty of wild places.


Grand Teton National Park

Located south of Yellowstone National Park and north of the town of Jackson, Grand Teton's 310,000 acres includes lush valley floors, mountain meadows, alpine lakes and the rising peaks of the Teton Range. Grand Teton's celestial peaks provide the perfect setting for nature lovers, outdoor adventurers and those looking to explore the park's incredible landscapes. 


Colorado River Float Trip

Guided river trips provided travelers with a beautiful journey down the more tranquil sections of the Colorado River. Guides will point out colorful rock formations, wild life, as well as Indian petroglyphs.


Lowell Observatory

Established in 1894, the Lowell Observatory is one of the oldest observatories in the nation. Located in the clear, dry atmosphere of the desert, the Lowell Observatory provides unsurpassed glimpses into space.

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Grand Canyon National Park

Considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Grand Canyon National Park covers over 1 million acres. The nation’s 15th oldest park, visitors have marveled at the grandeur and expanse of the Grand Canyon for over a century.


IMAX film at Grand Canyon Visitor Center

See the entire Grand Canyon in only 34 minutes. Grand Canyon: Hidden Secrets is a breathtaking IMAX feature that brings visitors through expanse of the canyon, over the whitewater rapids, and through the pages of ancient history. 


Desert View Drive

Desert View Drive takes travelers along the south rim of the Grand Canyon. The scenic road passes multiple vantage points, notably the Desert View Watchtower, a 70 foot tower lined with murals and balconies.

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Yavapai Point

Yavapoi provides some of the best views of the canyon. Located on the south rim, visitors have unobstructed views of the gorge. The onsite Yavapoi Observation Station offers books and souvenirs, as well as information on the geology and history of the canyon.


Lake Powell Dinner Cruise

While relaxing aboard the Canyon Princess, you will enjoy the breathtaking sunset on Lake Powell. This dinner cruise combines spectacular Wahweap Bay scenery with a delicious dining experience, sure to provide you with special memories of your trip to Lake Powell. 

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Pink Jeeps

Since 1960, Pink Jeep Tours has been providing the most talked-about off-road adventures in the Southwest. Their award-winning excursions are known as the premier "must-do tours" in Sedona & Grand Canyon. Pink Jeep Tours has reinvented adventure with its cutting edge vehicles, industry leading guides, and unique adventure tours.


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