Canyonlands and Arches National Parks – Fall
Includes all lodging, all meals, park entrance fees, rafting program, van shuttles, leaders, trail maps and narratives.
Grand Junction, CO
Timberline van shuttle is included from and to Grand Junction, CO prior to and following the tour.
Not included: Airline service to Grand Junction Regional Airport, CO; Guide Gratuity.
Hotel 8:00 am
“After a decade of traveling with Timberline, I can say communications with the staff for planning and preparing is always perfect and my Timberline experience was terrific as usual!” Lew C.
Moab, UT is the mountain biking mecca of global proportions! But Moab’s best-kept secret is its phenomenal hiking opportunities.
Of all of the five national parks within the state of Utah, Canyonlands offers the grandest array of geologic and geographic phenomena that define Utah. Within the park’s vast expanse are two of the West’s great rivers — the Colorado and Green — gaping canyons, open desert and towering mesas covered with stands of pinion and juniper, natural arches, spires and towers, and miles and miles of colorful slick rock.
|Day 1||Assembly in Grand Junction - van shuttle to Canyonlands National Park; Hike Neck Spring/Island-in-the-Sky District/Canyonlands National Park; van shuttle to Moab||5|
|Day 2||The Needles District, Canyonlands National Park: Hike to the Confluence Overlook of the Colorado and Green Rivers||12|
|Day 3||The Needles District, Canyonlands National Park: Chesler Park; van shuttle to Moab; overnight at the Canyonlands Inn||10|
|Day 4||Arches National Park: Devil's Garden||8|
|Day 5||Rafting (gentle floating) down the Colorado River|
|Day 6||Arches National Park: hike to Delicate Arch, Double Arch and the Window; van shuttle return to Grand Junction||6|