- 6 days/5 nights
- Next Departure: May 20, 2018
- From $2,798 / person
- ($580 single supplement)
Answer the call of canyon country and join us for an action-packed, small-group journey through Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks on our Bryce Zion Tour. An adventurer’s paradise, Southern Utah is a feast for the senses as red rocks contrast with blue skies and the song of the canyon wren echoes from fern-laden hanging valleys. Hike through the hoodoos of Bryce, bike along the smooth valley roads of majestic Zion Canyon, explore the world-renowned Narrows and navigate breathtaking Angels Landing, all the while experiencing the best in southwestern hospitality and regional cuisine from cozy bed and breakfasts to iconic park properties. This all-inclusive adventure has been an alumni favorite for over 20-years, showcasing Austin Adventures’ best-in-class standard and signature touch of inspired, thoughtful service. Come see why our expert guides consider these spectacular national parks a couple of their all-time favorite places to share on earth!
Activity Level: Moderate
Nature's playground beckons both seasoned and beginner adventurers alike to explore the desert canyons and sand castles of Southern Utah on this six-day, custom Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park tour . From the fairy tale labyrinths of Bryce's hoodoos and arches to the jaw-dropping monoliths of Zion, prepare to be inspired, energized and rejuvenated by two of America's greatest national treasures.
- Hike past waterfalls, natural springs and hanging gardens in Zion's Virgin River Narrows, ranked one of America's best adventures by National Geographic
- Enjoy a picnic lunch surrounded by cinder cones, natural rock bridges and basalt ridges in Valley of Fire State Park
- Explore sculpted rock gardens of brilliantly colored spires, cliffs and natural amphitheaters and take in eye-popping views from Rainbow Point
- Hike the magical hoodoo rock formations of Bryce's Peek-a-Boo and Queens Garden trails
- Pause for fresh-churned ice cream on Angel's Landing, 1,200-feet above the valley floor