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The Island in the Sky section of Canyonlands is spectacular and well worth an entire day to see without rushing. Lots of pull outs and overlooks along with short walks to amazing views. You don't have to be in great shape to enjoy all of...More
For the benefit of those who are just starting their research, "Island in the Sky" and "Needles" are the two areas that make up Canyonlands National Park. "Island in the Sky" is closer to Moab; about 40 minutes. Needles is a longer drive and more...More
Canyonlands is my favorite National Park because it's like a gem in the rough. It's gorgeous but you really have to get out into it to appreciate it's full beauty. One recommendation, rent a 4x4 or bring one with you!
Very nice scenic drives, beautiful hikes, some very interesting arches and views, a very wonderful experience. If you’re here don’t forget to visit dead horse state park. It also has some wonderful views very nice and relaxing walks. Definitely will be back.
This section is a bit more visited because of its proximity to Moab. There are stunning views but I enjoyed Needles more. I recommend stopping at the Mesa Arch, Upheaval Dome and Grand View Point. Views are spectacular but it lacks the colors of the...More
Island in the Sky is a part of Canyonlands National Park. It is the largest of the three parts and the most accessible. The nearest town is Moab, Utah. The pay station at the park entrance will give you a free map, but it does...More
Island in the Sky, also known as Between the Rivers, is the most visited and easily reached and perhaps the most scenic attraction in Canyonlands National Park. Located close to Moab, Utah and Arches National Park, it is the highest section of Canyonlands, with an...More