Capitol Reef National Park: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Activity provider: Shaka Guide

Capitol Reef National Park: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Activity provider: Shaka Guide

From US$ 9.99 per group up to 10

Visit Capitol Reef National Park on a self-guided tour with an audio guide. Discover the Fremont petroglyphs, the Scenic Drive, Fruita Orchards, and the Waterpocket Fold as you drive in your own car.

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  • Discover the exciting history and natural beauty of Capitol Reef National Park
  • See stunning geology and learn fascinating history and facts
  • Experience the world famous Scenic Drive
  • Visit the historic Fruita Orchards
  • Enjoy panoramic views natural landscapes including the Waterpocket Fold
Full description

Avoid the crowds and visit Capitol Reef National Park on a self-guided audio driving tour. Follow your audio guide as you discover the highlights and history of the park including petroglyphs, an old schoolhouse, and the Fruita Orchards. Capitol Reef National Park boasts some of the most impressive and important geology in all of southern Utah. There’s plenty to see and do as you explore historic spots, scenic overlooks, and family-friendly hiking trails. During your tour you can: • Visit historic sites like the Fruita Schoolhouse and Fremont Petroglyphs • Take in views of the Waterpocket Fold — a 100-mile-long wrinkle in the Earth’s crust • Stop by Fruita Orchards for local produce • Take a picturesque ride along the park’s scenic drive

  • Audio guide for a tour of Capitol Reef National Park
  • Offline tour map
  • Parking tickets, entrance fees and reservations

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Meeting point

You can begin your tour at Scenic ByWay 12, 5 miles south of Torrey; State Route 24, 5 miles west of Torrey; State Route 95, 5 miles south of Hanksville; and State Route 24, 5 miles north of Hanksville. The recommended tour itinerary starting point is from Torrey.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Sunglasses
  • Sun hat
  • Snacks
  • Hiking shoes
  • Sunscreen
  • Water
  • Insect repellent
  • Cash
  • Charged Smartphone
  • Hiking pants
  • Hand sanitizer or tissues
  • First aid kit

Know before you go

  • The park is open 24/7
  • The Visitor Center and Gifford house are open from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm from March - October and until 4:30 pm from November - February
  • Before visiting the park, call 435-425-3791 and use the automated answering service to check road conditions
  • The recommended start time is earlier than 8:00 am
  • This tour takes over 4 hours to complete
  • This tour comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
  • Tours never expire

Product ID: 417959