Adventure through the epic scenery of Southern Utah on this journey through two of the nation’s most stunning National Parks. Starting with Zion National Park, known for its extraordinary hikes and scenery, guests will immediately feel transported to a faraway land. Continuing on, they will visit Bryce Canyon National Park, and hike among otherworldly rock formations. Each day varies and offers some of the most breathtaking photo opportunities on Earth. An active journey, guests will adventure daily, truly giving them a chance to experience the best that Southern Utah has to offer. Hiking and exploring slot canyons will appeal to a wide range of guests. With a fully guided, all-inclusive camping experience, this family-friendly adventure is perfect for first-time campers and explorers. It’s camping at its finest!
Experience two of America’s best National Parks
Hiking, slot canyons, and star-filled skies, and more await guests on this adventure
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- Arrive at St. George Regional Airport (SGU)
- Scenic drive to Zion National Park
- Visitor’s Center at Zion National Park
- Return to hotel for Welcome Reception and orientation
- Overnight: Cliffrose Lodge or comparable
- Meals included: Welcome Reception Dinner
- Short drive to Zion National Park
- Scenic hike on the East Rim Trail to Observation Point
- Travel to Bryce Canyon National Park – we will enjoy lunch along the way
- Overnight: Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel or comparable
- Meals included: B/L/D
- Awake to a sunrise breakfast and stunning views
- Follow the winding Fairyland Loop Trail among soaring hoodoo formations
- Scenic drive on your return to St. George
- Departures from St. George Regional Airport (SGU)
- Meals Included: B
HUMAN OUTREACH PROJECT IN THE USA
One of World Wide Trekking’s founding principles is giving back to the places we operate. Through our sister non-profit, Human Outreach Project, we are making a difference in lives around the globe and close to home in Utah. With our office and home base in Utah, we are working on a number of local projects that guests can get involved with.
HOP is proud to support 30 local veterans and their families with deliveries of food and gift cards during the holiday season through our Veterans Outreach Program. Our newest local program, HOP Outdoors, runs summer hiking trips in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains to give underserved local children the chance to get outdoors and build a healthy connection with nature.
March – October (May and September being the best)
Arrive and depart from St. George Regional Airport (SGU)
Our travel expert, Danny Genung at Harr Travel is more than happy to review the many flight options. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or 909.266.0117.
The benefit of using a travel agent is that in the event of itinerary changes, the travel agent will find the best flight connections, and land arrangements, for you. Though third-party travel websites are convenient, we do not recommend using them due to instability in the itineraries. We also recommend that you protect your flight with travel insurance and a refundable ticket.
Our stringent commitment to safety means you have access to our medically certified guides before and throughout your trip. Our staff also carries emergency medical equipment such as satellite phones and medical kits.
World Wide Trekking boasts an extensive support crew for all of our groups ranging from 8 to 12 people. At headquarters in Salt Lake City, our staff is dedicated to helping you every step of the way. If you’re planning your trip and have questions about which boots to buy, our adventure specialist is just a phone call away.
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Salt Lake City
Utah, where the Rocky Mountains, Great Basin, and Colorado Plateau converge, boasts extremely diverse and stunning geography. Although most of this western state experiences a semi-arid or desert climate, the many mountain ranges offer a large variety of additional climates. From high alpine forest filled to vast deserts filled with humbling sandstone towers, walls, and arches, Utah’s landscapes are numerous and awe-inspiring. Utah is home to 5 National Parks, 4 national monuments, and 4 state parks. The capitol of Utah, Salt Lake City, gets its namesake from the Great Salt Lake which is the largest salt water lake in the Western Hemisphere with a salinity far saltier than seawater.
Salt Lake City, Utah is the world headquarters for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, making Utah the only state in the U.S. that has a majority population belonging to a single church. The industries that make up Utah’s diverse economy include mining, oil and gas development, tourism, agriculture and cattle ranging, salt production, and a quickly growing tech industry. Additionally, there are 6 Native American tribes in Utah today, the Goshute, Navajo, Paiute, Ute, Shoshone, and Uintah and Ouray Tribes.