Southeastern Utah Geocaching

Many of Utah's marquee destinations are in southeastern Utah: Moab, Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park and Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. Continue the tour to the eastern marinas of Lake Powell and Bullfrog (see Kane County in southwestern Utah) or Capitol Reef National Park, and everything in between.

Grand County: Home to the outdoor mecca known as Moab, two national parks and Dead Horse Point State Park, geocachers can also enjoy rafting or paddling the Colorado River, hitting the area's extensive trails by hiking, mountain biking, motorcycle trail riding, 4-wheeling, canyoneering/climbing, and ATV riding, and so much more.

San Juan County: Go for Canyonlands National Park, the Colorado and San Juan rivers and the Trail of the Ancients Scenic Byway, a multi-day journey through Hovenweep National Monument, museums and sites of ancient cultures and sacred lands that includes Butler Ruins and Newspaper Rock.

Wayne County: The junction Capitol Reef Country Scenic Byway S.R. 24 collides with the All-American Road Scenic Byway 12 and Bicentennial Scenic Byway while passing through the likes of Capitol Reef National Park, two national forests and the welcoming towns of Hanksville, Torrey, Loa and more.

Southeastern Utah Highlights

Canyonlands National Park

The currents of the Green and Colorado rivers molded Canyonlands into a rugged and beautiful place, with experiences ranging from the iconic Mesa Arch and White Rim Trial to remote backcountry.

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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Discover the best of iconic Monument Valley, from guided Jeep tours to Monument Valley lodging and the region's best scenic drives.

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Capitol Reef National Park

It is difficult to rival Capitol Reef’s sense of expansiveness. Lose yourself in the Land of the Sleeping Rainbow.

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