The very best nature in Utah – also called “The Mighty 5®” – draw into the millions site visitors from around the globe every year to marvel at surreal scenery and memorable activities. A visit to the Mighty 5 means watching the sunrise within the towering depths of Canyonlands Park, then watching the sunset with an impossibly delicate rock bow in Archways Park. This means standing nose-to-nose with ancient petroglyphs in Capitol Reef Park, then laying lying on your back like a beautiful meteor shower streaks over the Milky Way. This means looking lower at barrier-hued rock hoodoos in Bryce Canyon Park, then looking upward in the steep walls of slot canyon trails in Zion Park. This means hiking, white water rafting, biking, picnicking, walking, mule riding, exploring and stargazing. Explore different travel itineraries below and when you've visited all five of Utah’s top nature, and immediately believe that almost irrepressible urge to come back, make sure to join The Mighty 5® ambassador program.
There's many different ways to go to the Mighty 5. Choose the experience suited for you below or sample our suggested park itineraries at the end from the page. To see Utah's nature throughout peak solitude, visit our nature in the winter months page.