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If you're looking for outdoor fun, learning and adventure in one of the planet's more unique landscapes, Canyonlands will not fail to inspire. Attracting visitors from around the world, the area's dramatic red rock canyons and towers offer up unequaled scenery and lasting memories.

Our travel pages offer suggestions for planning your stay in this intriguing landscape. You'll find links for local attractions and activities, accommodations and transportation, as well as recommendations and maps. The many National Parks and Monuments; State Parks; Recreation and Primitive Areas provide a wealth of hiking, biking, educational, and rafting opportunities.

Salt Lake City UT, Grand Junction CO, and Bluff UT are the main entry points for groups and individuals arriving for a CFI program from a distance. From there, it's a relatively short distance to meet your trip start points in Moab UT, Bluff UT, Green River UT,
Dolores & San Juan Mtns, Grand Junction CO.

Gateway to Utah's Canyonlands

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For Travel Planning Web Links specific to your trip, click the trip start location above and find directions, coach & charter rentals, travel consultants, lodging and travel planning.

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