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Fly Drive Holiday Ideas in Utah's National Parks

Southern Utah borders Arizona and both states tend to be visited in one drive to incorporate the magnificent Grand Circle Drive. This part of the USA encompasses fascinating vistas of sandstone formations and national parks that house incredible rock formations sculpted by time and nature. Every shade from claret to burnt orange warms the landscape with a mineral glow.

On the border of Arizona is Monument Valley where burnished orange mesas provide a striking contast toUtah's Canyonlands National Park  is the least visited but is so vast it has two distinctive sides. The Needles is 50 square miles of staccato spires, arches and canyons. The Maze is virtually unexplored and inhospitable.

Adjacent to the park is the fantastically named Dead Horse Point and Newspaper Rock.
Arches National Park showcases yawning canyons; visit the Fruita Oasis was named by the Mormons and its regions. Visit rocks named West Temple , East Temple and Great White Throne. The Virgin River weaves through the canyon overlooked by the giant Watchman mountain and there are cottonwood .

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