Untamed rugged beauty is vast and abundant in the Canyonlands National Park. There truly is nothing like it anywhere, picturesque canyons, mesas, buttes. Wouldn’t you love a chance to visit the remote rock formations that are off the beaten track?
Now’s your chance. Let someone else drive, while you sit in the air-conditioned comfort of four wheel drive, through the back country of the Island in the Sky district of this phenomenal national park. Traveling a scenic byway along the Colorado River, you’ll see a dinosaur track, natural rock arches, and canyons that stretch as far as your imagination. This breathtaking landscape is home to eagles, hawks, bighorn sheep, mule deer, coyotes, foxes, and porcupines, and you’re likely to see a few.
Your trek will pass massive and impressive rock formations, and you can even stop and stand in the place where the final scene of “Thelma and Louise” was filmed, while you appreciate the view of this colorful landscape 400 feet above the Colorado River.
This vista rich 1/2 Day “Jeep” Expedition tour about four hours, but its grand memory will live on for a lifetime.