Hike, bike and raft
America’s national parks are a gift to the world. We wrapped up four of our favourites, mixed in some high-energy outdoor thrills, and put a nice little Sin City bow on them, just for you. Here, you’ll hike among the hoodoos in Bryce Canyon, refresh yourself with a river swim in Zion, marvel at the sandstone formations of Arches NP, raft the Colorado River, and gape at the awesome majesty of the Grand Canyon. Add in a little R&R (yeah, right) in Las Vegas to top it all off and you’ve got yourself the perfect mix of outdoor adrenaline and downtown glitz.
B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner
Arrive at any time.
Zion National Park (1D)
Transfer to Zion NP with its variety of trails for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. In the afternoon, take a short introductory hike around Zion.
Zion National Park (1B,1L,1D)
Spend the day exploring the great outdoors on a guided canyoneering trip in Zion NP.
Bryce Canyon National Park (1B,1L,1D)
Transfer to Bryce Canyon to explore the fascinating hoodoos and learn about the captivating history of the area.
Moab/Arches National Park (1B,1L)
Scenic drive through the Escalante Staircase area and arriving in Arches NP later in the afternoon for a hike.
Moab/Arches National Park (1B,1L,1D)
Spend the day mountain biking in the world-famous Moab area, cycling to various viewpoints and observing the red sandstone arches that highlight the area.
Day 7- 8
Cataract Canyon (2B,2L,2D)
Overnight rafting trip starting from Moab and heading out through Cataract Canyon.
Monument Valley (1B,1L,1D)
Rafting expedition ends and continue on to Monument Valley.
Grand Canyon National Park (1B,1L,1D)
In the morning transfer to Grand Canyon and marvel at its greatness. In the afternoon opt to hike to the heart of Grand Canyon NP.
Grand Canyon/Las Vegas (1B)
Enjoy a morning hike around the Grand Canyon. Opt to take a helicopter flight over the canyon before departing for Las Vegas. Enjoy a night out among the bright lights of Vegas.
Depart at any time.
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Service Level — Camping
Physical Grading — 4
You might encounter a few high-altitude hikes or other more strenuous activities. Pro tip: Put down that pastry, buster.