This profiles the Grand Circle Loop of Utah &lifier Arizona Nature. Including Grand Canyon Park in Arizona, either its northern border Rim or South Rim, Lake Powell (Glen Canyon National Entertainment Area around the Arizona/Utah border), and Utah's Zion Park and Bryce Canyon Park. The Grand Circle could be covered per week. Zion and Bryce Canyon Nature could be visited by having an overnight stay.
The Grand Circle Loop
Southwest Utah offers excellent points of interest for tourist and recreationalists. A couple of Utah's most widely used nature, Zion and Bryce Canyon, are a simple drive from Vegas, heading north on I-15. Zion Park is 163 miles, in regards to a three-hour drive. Bryce Canyon Park is the one other 87 miles, another two hrs of driving. You'll be able to perform a lengthy excursion to Zion but investing a minumum of one evening each and every park could be a lot more enjoyable.
Vegas site visitors may also make a great loop journey, the Grand Circle, heading south upon us-93 via Hoover Dam to I-40 heading east to Flagstaff, with optional visits towards the south Rim from the Grand Canyon and/or Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon. From Flagstaff, US-89 goes north to Page, Arizona and Lake Powell where you will find numerous leisure possibilities. Route US-89a offers use of Lee's Ferry (Glen Canyon) and also the North Rim from the Grand Canyon before reconnecting around-89. (Generally, many people visit one rim or another. The South Rim is much more readily available and it has the very best vistas in to the canyon. Yet it's very, very crowded. Its Northern Border Rim is much more remote and it has far less site visitors, developing a more pleasing outside experience.)
From Page, US-89 continues north into Utah. Walkers and hikers might want to go to the Paria Backwoods and Coyote Buttes about thirty miles north of Page. Both of them are available by reservation only. North of Kanab, Utah, the path gives use of Bryce Canyon Park - east on Utah-12 - and Zion Park - west on Utah-9 which eventually reaches I-15 with an easy and quick go back to Vegas.
The Grand Canyon - Lake Powell - Bryce Canyon - Zion Nature loop could be carried out under per week. It's about 850 miles of driving. Per week to 10 days could be a lot more enjoyable and fewer rushed.
Site visitors with increased time, two days or even more, can complete the astounding bigger Grand Circle loop. Continue east from Flagstaff on I-40, then north upon us-191 for the Four Corners area. This gives possibilities to go to Scared Forest Park using its outstanding sights from the Colored Desert, Canyon p Chelly, Monument Valley, along with other great locations. US-191 continues north into Utah to I-70, reaching two more great Utah nature, Canyonlands and Archways. The loop then turns west through Utah's Capitol Reef Park, then reaching Scenic Utah-12. This excellent route goes through the surreal landscapes of Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument before reaching Bryce Canyon Park in the east. After that you mind south to Zion and also the go back to Vegas.