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THE MIGHTY 5 ®

Home to five national parks known as The Mighty 5 ® and over 40 state parks , Utah has adventures for everyone . The Mighty 5 ® National Parks are a days drive from Salt Lake City . Beginning with the Canyonlands National Park , visitors will experience deep canyons , gigantic mesas , peaks , cliffs , and spires unfolding across 527 square miles . A short drive away , Arches National Park is known for its inconceivable arches — the most famous being a 60-foot-tall freestanding natural arch named “ Delicate Arch .” It ’ s no wonder this 73,234-acre national park is one of America ’ s favorites .
Capitol Reef National Park is one of the more untouched national parks with a seemingly endless landscape and is home to many ancient petroglyphs . Heading south , explorers find themselves in Bryce Canyon National Park , known for its remarkable geological formations and dazzling colors ; the looming hoodoos , narrow fins , and natural bridges seem to deny all explanation . Lastly and arguably the most famous of Utah ’ s national parks is Zion National Park . The southernmost national park boasts especially exquisite canyons and mesas in a state known for dramatic landscape ; with 147,000-acres of parkland , Zion National Park has something for everyone .
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THE MIGHTY 5® Home to five national parks known as The Mighty 5® and over 40 state parks, Utah has adventures for everyone. The Mighty 5® National Parks are a days drive from Salt Lake City. Beginning with the Canyonlands National Park, visitors will experience deep canyons, gigantic mesas, peaks, cliffs, and spires unfolding across 527 square miles. A short drive away, Arches National Park is known for its inconceivable arches—the most famous being a 60-foot-tall freestanding natural arch named “Delicate Arch.” It’s no wonder this 73,234-acre national park is one of America’s favorites. Capitol Reef National Park is one of the more untouched national parks with a seemingly endless landscape and is home to many ancient petroglyphs. Heading south, explorers find themselves in Bryce Canyon National Park, known for its remarkable geological formations and dazzling colors; the looming hoodoos, narrow fins, and natural bridges seem to deny all explanation. Lastly and arguably the most famous of Utah’s national parks is Zion National Park. The southe &7BF&&7G2W7V6ǒWV6FR62BW607FFRvf"G&F2G66SvFCr7&W2b&BF&26WFrf"WfW'R