Road to Mighty

Southern Utah is home to Utah’s Mighty Five® national parks and connected by some of the most scenic byways and backways in the country. These roads curve through lush valleys, roll across red rock domes, and climb mountains of pinyon, juniper and pine. Most importantly, these roads take you places. To places of quiet solitude, staggering beauty or high adventure. Places you want to stop and stay. You'll quickly discover Utah's five national parks are just the beginning.

Stories Along the Road to Mighty

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While first-time visitors will likely want to see the Iconic Classics or try out The Best Week of Your Life, return visitors or adventurous travelers might consider getting Further Away From it All or pursuing Utah's Hidden Secrets.

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From fossils and petroglyphs to slot canyons and goblins, you’ll have four days of “oohs” and “ahhs” for the whole adventuring family.
  • Moab Adventures
  • Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
  • Natural Bridges National Monument
  • Goblin Valley State Park
Follow in the footsteps of Utah’s earliest people, explorers and settlers on this six-day itinerary as you try to imagine this land as they first discovered it.
  • Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
  • Capitol Reef National Park
  • Grand Staircase–Escalante
  • Western Heritage Sites Highway 89
This four-day itinerary paints a vibrant picture of Utah’s heritage as you visit dwelling sites, petroglyphs, and other places steeped in Native American culture and history.
  • Arches National Park
  • Hovenweep National Monument
  • Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
  • Capitol Reef National Park