Canyonlands National Park
11 mi 17 km of trail — 1 Featured Ride
At times, the incredible canyons and buttes of Canyonlands National Park seem to defy the forces of gravity. Formed over many thousands of years by the persistence of the Colorado River and it's tributaries, the park is a testament to the power of water. While the entire park was carved from the same stark desert scape, there are four distinct regions of Canyonlands: the Maze, the Needles, and the Island in the Sky, in addition to the rivers that divide the park. Each region holds unique beauty and different opportunities for adventure and exploration.
To learn more about about Canyonlands National Park, visit www.nps.gov.
Permits are required for all overnight bike trips in the backcountry. Day-use permits are required for all vehicles and bicycles on the White Rim Road, Elephant Hill Road, Lavender Canyon Road, and Salt Creek/Horse Canyon Road. Visit the park's website for more information on biking in the park.
Fees & Passes:
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Camping & Lodging
- Willow Flat: Amenities include vault toilets, fire grates, and picnic tables.
- Squaw Flat: Amenities include potable water, picnic tables, flush toilets, fire grates, and tent pads.
There are no lodges in Canyonlands National Park, although hotel accommodations are available in the nearby towns of Monticello, Moab, or Hanksville, Utah.
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Areas Within Canyonlands National Park
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