Day 1/2 - Collect your motorhome from CruiseAmerica’s Las Vegas depot. A unique experience awaits you as you head for Zion National Park.Massive canyon walls ascend toward a brilliant blue sky.To experience Zion, you need to walk among the towering cliffs, or challenge your courage in a small narrow canyon. These unique sandstone cliffs range in colour from cream, to pink, to red. They could be described as sand castles crowning desert canyons. Zion River Resort is ideally located for easy access to what truly is one of the nation’s most beautiful parks so base yourself here for more than one night. Also take time to stop off at Springdale, the charming little town which is the gateway to Zion National Park. ✪ 147 miles to Zion River Resort, There is so much to see, do and enjoy in Zion from hiking the narrows or taking the trail to Angels landing or maybe just enjoying the breath taking scenery on a mule ride! Complete your day with a visit to the Zion Canyon Theatre.
Day 3/4-The highlight of the next part of this tour will be when you stand at the rim of this magnificent National Park. No photograph, painting or film begins to capture it: you just have to carry the memory away with you. We like the Mather Campground for its peace and quiet and natural surroundings.262 miles to South Rim of the Grand Canyon.Be on the rim for the mesmerising colour changes of sunrise and maybe take a helicopter flight over the Canyon. It’s life changing!
Day 5/6 - Head east through more of Grand Canyon National Park and through the Kaibab National Forest to Cameron, then Page and finally fabulous Lake Powell on the Colorado River. Enjoy something of the Lake Powell adventures! Take a speedboat or alternatively book the excursion from Lake Powell resort to Rainbow Bridge Monument and explore. Wahweap campground is right on the Lake and guests can also enjoy the adjoining resorts pool and facilities. 145 miles to Lake Powell Rent a speedboat and make for Rainbow Bridge alternatively take the tour available from Lake Powell Resort.
Day 7 - This morning head into the town of Page and take an Antelope Canyon tour to Antelope Canyon the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest. Then take your time as you continue your drive to Monument Valley. 124 miles to Monument Valley Visit Antelope Canyon - a photographers dream! At Monument Valley leave your RV behind and book the Deluxe Tour from Gouldings for that evening. The tour covers all of the famous monoliths of Monument Valley. Photo stops are made at “The Mittens”, “John Fords’s Point”, “Three Sisters” and many more. The tour covers some restricted areas and takes you to some magnificent rock formations.
Day 8 - You will need to be up early this morning as you head for Bluff to enjoy one of the best one-day river trips available in the West with Wild River Expeditions. In the morning they make two stops to learn about the Butler Wash petroglyph panel and River House cliff dwelling, then enjoy a fresh gourmet lunch under the cottonwoods before entering a limestone chasm for the afternoon, where you’ll see desert bighorn sheep and 300 million year-old fossils. A full day and 26 miles in length, this is a great trip for those with limited time and super fun for families. 47 miles to Bluff Enjoy a full day on the San Juan River with Wild River Expeditions. If you get the opportunity whilst in this area visit Valley of the Gods.
Day 9 - Today you are heading for Mesa Verde via Four Corners monument, this area of the USA is known as Four Corners; as it is in the corner of four states. Northwest is Utah, northeast is Colorado, southeast is New Mexico and southwest is Arizona. Mesa Verde, Spanish for green table, offers a spectacular look into the lives of the Ancestral Pueblo people who made it their home for over 700 years. Today the park protects nearly 5,000 known archeological sites, including 600 cliff dwellings. These sites are some of the most notable and best preserved in the USA. 87 miles to Mesa Verde Book a guided tour to the famous cliff dwellings of Cliff Palace and Balcony House which can only be visited by taking a ranger-guided tour.
Day 10/11 - Today you are heading for Moab, enroute visit Hole N” The Rock, a unique historic 5,000 square foot home, carved out of a huge rock in Canyonlands Country. From Moab visit Canyonlands National Park and the Islands in the Sky Visitor Centre. The Island in the Sky mesa rests on sheer sandstone cliffs over 1,000 feet above its
surroundings. Every overlook offers a different perspective on Canyonlands’ spectacular landscape. The Island is the easiest district to visit in a short period of time. Moab is also a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts and the Moab Adventure Center, offers the easiest way for you to reserve outdoor activities - how about a half-day Jetboat tour on the Colorado River or, for the more intrepid, a white water raft trip through the rapids. Add a half day 4WD, off road, tour to either and make a real day of it. You can relax afterwards on an evening Dinner Cruise or the Sound and Light Cruise. 125 miles to Moab Visit Hole N” The Rock, Canyonlands National Park and enjoy some kind of adventure activity from Moab.
Day 12 - Take your time to explore Arches National Park which preserves over 2,000 natural sandstone arches, including the world-famous Delicate Arch. Nature has exposed a landscape of contrasting colours, landforms and textures unlike any other and the greatest density of natural arches in the world. Then continue your journey through Capitol Reef National Park and overnight here at Fruita campground. 147 miles to Capitol Reef National Park Explore Delicate, Double and Landscape Arch and maybe take the Devils Garden Trailhead and / or Balanced Rock Trail at Arches. Visit Gifford House & Museum close to your campground at Capitol Reef NP before you set off.
Day 13 - Sometimes you find yourself on a road that you can sense is something truly special and that is the case today as you travel along scenic Byway 12. Discover the vast Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monument and the tranquil beauty of Boulder Mountain interspersed with national forest lands and state parks like you’ve never seen as you uncover a sense of prehistory that strengthens the fabric of this memorable road trip. 120 miles to Bryce Visit Escalante Canyons before reaching the town and Escalante State Park.
Day 14 - Bryce Canyon National Park has been described as a scientist’s laboratory and a child’s playground. It certainly is ‘one of a kind’ and spectacularly different from anything you have seen before. Natural amphitheatres lie above an array of white and orange limestone columns and walls sculptured by rain, snow, and frost. Because you will probably want to spend more time in Bryce this morning, we suggest overnighting in Mesquite on your way to Las Vegas.
180 miles to Mesquite Take a scenic drive stopping off at the viewpoints of Bryce including the magnificent Inspiration Point and maybe enjoy one of the many hiking trails. Visit the St. George area; a historical gold mine full of pioneer homes, fascinating ghost towns, and prehistoric dinosaur footprints. www.desertskiesresorts.com
Day 15 - Drive 98 miles to return your motorhome to the Cruise America depot in Las Vegas.
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