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Moab: Arches National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour

1. Moab: Arches National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour

Begin your adventure into the stunning Utah landscape at the visitor center by the entrance to Arches National Park. As you set off on your journey, pass the towering formation of the Three Penguins and the geological Moab Fault, then pause at Park Avenue. Simply admire the formations, colors, and layers here or hike the trail into the park. Next, check out the distant snow-capped La Sal Mountains, the iconic Three Gossips, and the towering series of formations from the Courthouse Towers to Sheep Rock. Continue deeper into the park, admiring the petrified dunes and desert scrub while learning about the native Ute and Paiute tribes. Hear about their mythologies, way of life, and eventual struggle against Spanish invaders and Mormon settlers. Your journey into Arches will then bring you to the famous Balanced Rock formation, followed quickly by the two most popular stops: the Windows Arches and Double Arch. Enjoy jumping out and exploring these geological marvels up close. After, make your way through Arches’ unique Cache Valley to Delicate Arch, the unrivaled highlight of this park. Check out the nearby historic Wolfe Ranch and tribal petroglyphs, and decide if you want to see the famous arch from a viewpoint or hike closer for greater detail. Your adventure continues through the unique Salt Valley of Arches to stunning formations like the Fiery Furnace, Sand Dune Arch, Arches Forest, Skyline Arch, and Tapestry Arch. These are all optional stops and hikes. Finally, make your way to the farthest point in the park: the Devil’s Garden. Here, hop out to visit the famous Landscape Arch as the crowning vista of a surreal landscape.

Arches and Canyonlands National Park: Self-Driving Tours

2. Arches and Canyonlands National Park: Self-Driving Tours

Discover Arches and Canyonlands National Parks with self-guided driving tours on your phone. Admire stunning vistas, rock formations, and scenic hiking trails on a tour developed by local guides, curated by creative writers, and narrated by professional voice artists. Arches National Park Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app that will function as your personal guide, audio tour, and map all in one. Begin with an adventure into Arches National Park, starting at the visitor center. As you set out, pass the towering formation of the Three Penguins and the geological Moab Fault, offering a fantastic hiking trail. See the iconic Three Gossips and the towering series of formations that form the Courthouse Towers and Sheep Rock. Witness the strangely beautiful petrified dunes while learning about the native Paiute and their legends. Reach the famous Balanced Rock formation, followed quickly by the two most popular stops: the Windows Arches and Double Arch. You’ll make your way to Delicate Arch, the unrivaled highlight of this park. You can also check out the historic Wolfe Ranch and some ancient tribal petroglyphs. Your journey continues through the unique Salt Valley and to stunning formations like the Fiery Furnace, Sand Dune Arch, Arches Forest, Skyline Arch, and Tapestry Arch. Finally, make your way to the farthest point in the park: the Devil’s Garden. Here, you’ll get to visit the famous Landscape Arch. Canyonlands National Park Next, explore Canyonlands National Park, starting at the Moab Giants museum near the park’s east entrance. Head west into the deep red of the desert, where you’ll find the striking formations of Merrimack and Monitor. Then you’ll arrive at your first major viewpoint: Big Mesa Viewpoint. As you head toward the famous backcountry trail of White Rim Road, learn all about the invisible life which thrives in this seemingly desolate desert. Then, on your way to Basin Overlook, offering great views of the Colorado River, you’ll get the scoop on the uranium king of Canyonland. Next up is Dead Horse State Park, home to a legend spooky enough to suit its name. You’ll then enter the national park itself, where the Island in the Sky Visitor Center will be waiting in case you need a break. Visit Upheaval Dome, the formation of which has stumped geologists for decades. Catch the sunset at one of the nearby overlooks. Finally, you’ll arrive at the immensely popular Grand View Point, where your tour concludes.

Moab: Canyonlands National Park Self-Driving Tour

3. Moab: Canyonlands National Park Self-Driving Tour

This self-guided audio and GPS tour allows you to explore Canyonlands’ expansive wonders with maximum flexibility. Simply hop in your own car, get the tour guide app set up on your phone, and get started. All audio plays automatically based on location and most stops along the way have images that will help you to visualize what you cannot see such as snapshots from different centuries or interior rooms. Begin your exploration of Canyonlands as you drive to the visitors center. When you arrive, go to the Moab Giants at the Canyonlands National Park. You’ll immediately be struck by the enormous mesas rising from the sweeping landscape. As you continue driving, explore Mesa Arch, Green River, and the White Rim Trail. Within an hour of booking, you will receive a password and an app. Download the app, enter the password, and download the tour.

Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks Self-Driving Bundle Tour

4. Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks Self-Driving Bundle Tour

Discover Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks on a self-guided, self-driving tour. Learn about the history of the park and enjoy countless panoramic views of stunning scenary. Begin at the Springdale Visitor Center. As you drive, you’ll hear the history of the park, how it got its unusual name, then stop by a vista from which the impressive Altar of Sacrifice, Sundial, and West Temple are all clearly visible. Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app that will function as your personal guide, audio tour, and map all in one. After that, drive past the towering Sentinel and hear how a tremendous earthquake totally transformed this mountain. At the next viewpoint, you’ll see the Patriarchs, a trio of mountains so gorgeous that people used to think pictures of them just had to be fake. Continue past sparkling waterfalls with emerald pools at their base. Then you’ll see Angel’s Landing, a precarious, death-defying hike famous both for its staggering views and for the danger involved in getting to them. Up next is Weeping Rock, a cliff face that constantly “weeps” and gives life to a little oasis at its base. Then it’s on to The Narrows, a one-of-a-kind river hike that’s perfect for photo ops. Travel along the Riverwalk and hear about the ancient petroglyphs left behind by the people who once called this area home. When you head next through the Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel, you’ll get the full story of the conflict between the Mormons and the Paiute tribe. After you pass the totally strange Checkerboard Mesa, you’ll arrive at the East Entrance Ranger Station, where your tour will conclude. Your journey through Bryce Canyon begins at the park’s entrance and continues on to Fairyland Point, a lovely overlook offering your first glimpse at the kind of beauty that’s in store. Next, pause at Sunrise Point and get your first look at the mysterious hoodoos which make this park famous. After that, of course, is Sunset Point, the perfect sister to Sunrise Point. As you continue on toward Inspiration Point, you’ll uncover how this astonishing landscape formed in the first place. Then revisit the story of the first Mormon pioneers who arrived here and declared this place their new home. After that, you’ll visit Swamp Canyon Overlook, which hides some seriously stunning views behind its modest name. Get the facts about the connection Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid have with this park before visiting a natural arch. Then it’s on to a couple of canyons guaranteed to take your breath away with their sweeping views and lush interiors, plus a mythical tale of malevolent water spirits which the Paiute once believed occupied these rivers. The final landmark on the tour is the beautiful Rainbow Point.

Bryce Canyon & Capitol Reef National Park: Airplane Tour

5. Bryce Canyon & Capitol Reef National Park: Airplane Tour

Get unobstructed views of Utah’s beautiful Bryce Canyon National Park and Capitol Reef National Park on this private airplane tour. Marvel at the spectacular Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument from a vantage point that’s hard to beat. Depart from Canyonlands Regional Airport to start the tour. Fly over remote canyons to reach the unique Waterpocket Folds of Capitol Reef National Park. Your knowledgeable pilots will be giving a fun description and explanation of the geological formations along your entire tour. Capitol Reef National Park is a hidden treasure filled with cliffs, canyons, domes, and bridges. The park is a vast showcase of colorful rock pinnacles and spires, known as hoodoos, which rise from a series of natural amphitheaters. Land at Bryce Canyon Airport and enjoy some time to stretch your legs and use the facilities. Once back on the plane, head southeast to meet up with the Colorado River. Spot the Grand Staircase and see the plateaus that descend from Bryce Canyon south toward the Grand Canyon, marked by vertical drops at the Pink Cliffs, Grey Cliffs, and White Cliffs. Follow the Colorado River the majority of the time back to Canyonlands National Park before landing back in Moab.

Moab: Ultimate Utah Combo Self-Driving Audio Tour

6. Moab: Ultimate Utah Combo Self-Driving Audio Tour

From the canyons of Zion to the gravity-defying formations in Arches, witness Mother Nature at her most impressive on this self-guided driving tour starting in Moab, Utah. Enjoy animated videos to visualize parts of the tour. Simply hop in your car, get the app set up on your phone, and get started. Visit Arches National Park and discover hidden life within this harsh yet beautiful desert. Marvel at impossible rock formations and towering arches millions of years in the making and learn how it all came to be. Learn the history of the Ute and Paiute tribes who lived at Arches for thousands of years. Hear their legends of the trickster god who brought them to the desert and the portals through time that lie dormant. Find out how these tribes survived and what they left behind. See Zion National Park and hear why early Mormon pioneers thought it was heaven on earth. This tour works by car, bike, or shuttle, so you can see the park however you want to. At Zion, see natural wonders like the Temple of Sinawava and the Weeping Rock. Learn the park’s history, from its geologic formation to the first people who lived here. See emerald pools, staggering mountain peaks, and much more. Next, marvel at the towering hoodoos that dot Bryce Canyon. Dive into the history and legends of the Native tribes who lived here, including the harrowing tale of a race of giants who were turned to stone and became the hoodoo formations we see today. Visit groves of Earth’s oldest trees and hear the spooky story of the supposed curse which afflicts anyone who chooses to study these ancient, gnarled plants too closely. Stop at the spot where Forrest Gump ended his famous run at Monument Valley. Then, head into the valley itself to get up close and personal with jaw-dropping mesas, buttes, and spires. Get the inside scoop on how Hollywood turned Monument Valley into the quintessential image of the American West. Learn about the mysterious Anasazi who vanished from this land centuries ago and the Navajo who still call the valley home. Then, unearth hidden secrets at the Grand Staircase. Hidden within this towering staircase are clues to the land’s long history. Learn about the dinosaur fossils people have found here, including a T-Rex skeleton. Before concluding your tour, explore a petrified forest, sparkling waterfalls, and sweeping vistas. Plus, hear the legends and tales of the tribes who once lived at Grand Staircase.

Moab: La Sal Mountain Loop Scenic Self-Driving App Tour

7. Moab: La Sal Mountain Loop Scenic Self-Driving App Tour

Discover the La Sal Mountains and Manti-La Sal National Forest on a self-guided audio driving tour. See the 2,000-year-old Courthouse Wash Pictograph and head to the Brumley Arch Trailhead for a nature hike. Experience a place with quiet solitude, remote trails, and scenic vistas. To get started on your self-guided adventure, hop in your own car, then start the app-based audio guide on your mobile device before hitting the road (download instructions received after booking). This scenic drive will take you along winding roads to dramatic overlooks and verdant valleys stopping at overlooks, museums, and hiking trails along the way. Visit a total of 13 stops: • Ken’s Lake• Brumley Arch Trailhead• Oowah Lake• Warner Lake• Castle Valley Overlook• Bull Canyon Overlook• Castleton Towers• Parriott Mesa• Fisher Towers• Moab Museum of Film & Western Heritage• Salt Wash• Take Out Beach• Courthouse Wash Pictograph

Arches National Park: Driving Tour with Audio Guide

8. Arches National Park: Driving Tour with Audio Guide

Discover the surreal beauty of Arches National park in the comfort of your own vehicle and with the flexibility of your own schedule. Embark on a self-guided driving tour with an audio guide, and spend the day exploring the arches. Arches National Park is home to the highest concentration of natural stone arches in the world. Join this tour and learn about the history and geology of this park, while you visit its most famous sites. On your route, you'll see numerous arches, including Delicate Arch, Landscape Arch, and Double O Arch. Hike along Delicate Arch Trail and enjoy sweeping views from Panorama Point. Discover the Garden of Eden, where you'll encounter miniature arches, and see other arches that are still forming.

Canyonlands National Park: Self-Guided Audio Driving Tour

9. Canyonlands National Park: Self-Guided Audio Driving Tour

Explore the dramatic landscapes of the Canyonlands National Park on a self-guided audio driving tour. Learn facinating information about the park and uncover 6 trails like the Aztec Butte Trail.  Download the app to your phone while connected to the internet and save your data while driving with an offline tour map. Find sights easily with the included GPS feature. Gain insight into the sights with the engaging audio content.  Have the freedom to pause and resume your tour. Craft your own adventure with a self-guided tour. Go thorugh the park’s Island of the Sky District, a marvel of geology and scenic views that stretch on for hundreds of miles. Uncover the mystery of the Upheaval Dome geological formation. Take in stunning views from the park's Mesa Arch. Stop by Island in the Sky Visitor Center to learn more about the park.

Moab: Canyons and Geology Airplane Trip

10. Moab: Canyons and Geology Airplane Trip

Clamber onboard a flight to remember and marvel at dramatic geological features. Benefit from informative commentary as you witness the dramatic landscape of the Moab area in a unique way. Fly east from Moab to the famous canyons of Gateway, Colorado. See the Colorado River and side canyons including Grandstaff Canyon, Morning Glory Arch, Castle Valley, and Professor Valleys. Encounter the Fisher Towers and exposures of the Paradox Formation. Swing over to the Dolores River Canyon to see the cliffs, canyons, and mesas that have been home to generations of ancient and modern Native Americans. Approach the La Sal Mountains and see the changes in vegetation as you catch distant views of the San Juan Mountains in Colorado. Learn all about the geological features as you head back towards canyon country with a bird's eye view of the Mi Vida uranium mine. Enjoy sights of the Canyonlands National Park, Needles District, the Confluence, and Island in the Sky before returning back to land.

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What people are saying about Moab

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 11 reviews

This audio-guided tour was extremely user friendly, from purchase to download to use. Once I paid online, I received a detailed email with step-by-step instructions for use as well as a text with a link and the access password. I downloaded the app and the tour to my phone while connected to Wi-Fi in the hotel. It took less than a minute! Once I was in the park, I plugged my phone into the car charger, opened the app, and the voice of a friendly man directed me on how the tour works. His voice was clear and easy to understand. It was helpful that he mentioned that the tour uses my exact location in the park via gps to help guide me to each viewpoint, so don’t exceed 50 mph or the audio will stop. I was also able to pause the audio, leave my vehicle to view the park and take photos, then return to resume exactly where I was in the tour. Did I mention that I can reuse this tour more than once? As I only had half a day to explore, I didn’t reach all areas of the park. 100% recommend!

This is a wonderful program. It narrates a perfect trip through the park. There is a map with your spot on it moving along as if using Google maps. Each stop is numbered. You can listen to all of the narration ahead of time. You can read the narration if you like. Each narration starts automatically as you approach the point of interest. The narrator gives interesting background information, facts, and some science, history, and personal stories. All of that for $10!

The self-driving tour guide was great. We had limited time in the park and the guide got us everywhere we wanted to be. Explanations of what we were seeing were wonderful.

Having an audio tour to supplement the natural beauty of Canyonlands NP was very much worth it!

The audio was awesome, learned a lot about the area and directions were very helpful!