Canyons stretch across the Colorado Plateau like an enormous wind-scoured sculpture garden. Soaring sandstone spires tinged in brilliant orange and red. Intricate canyon labyrinths in a million crimson variations. Around every delicate arch, behind each massive monolith, the landscape of this red-rock wonderland invites exploration.
1 Hike a gentle but rocky rolling trail to magnificent Fisher Towers, a series of enormous sandstone monoliths | Look for climbers scaling the towers and enjoy sweeping views of Castle Valley, Onion Creek and the Colorado River Canyon below | The afternoon is yours to relax at our rustic riverside hotel.
2 Prepare to be awestruck in Arches National Park, home to the world's greatest concentration of natural sandstone arches | Hike to some of the park's most iconic features, including Double Arch and Delicate Arch | Explore to your heart's content before returning to the comfort of our lodge | Opt to relax poolside or visit the lodge's Moab Film and Western Heritage Museum.
3 Marvel at the wilderness and incredible scenery of Canyonlands National Park, the largest and least developed of Utah's national parks | Follow spectacular trails atop the park's Island in the Sky area, a vast mesa with an incredible view of the Colorado River as it twists through a gooseneck canyon 2,000 feet below you.
4-5 Walk directly from our resort on the scenic Lumsden Canyon Trail | Journey to Colorado National Monument, home to 20,500 acres of sandstone monoliths and red-rock canyons | Meander through geologic time on the Monument Canyon Trail.