A Week in Moab

Spend one week exploring Arches and Canyonlands National Parks.

This sample itinerary hits the highlights of Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Every itinerary can be completely customized for your group. We can help you book accommodations, or help you with a self-guided itinerary. 

Day 1: Your journey begins today! Plan to arrive in Moab by the early afternoon. After checking into your hotel, you’ll want to explore the town of Moab at your own pace. 

Day 2:  This morning, you’ll meet your Good Trip guide for a guided tour and hike in Arches National Park. You’ll explore the many fascinating geological formations that define the landscape.

Day 3: This morning, you’ll embark on a Jeep tour of one of the most famous trails in Moab. Hell’s Revenge is known for its seemingly impassable, impossibly steep climbs, heart-pounding descents, and beautiful views of the La Sal Mountains and Grandstaff Canyon. In the evening, you’ll take an astronomy and stargazing tour with
a Night Sky Expert.

Day 4: Canyonlands is Utah’s largest National Park. Today, you’ll spend the day exploring the vast open spaces and stunning diversity of the Needles area. You’ll join your guide for a drive through the park with plenty of time to explore the wide-open views, hike the trails, and learn about the unique desert flora.

Day 5: Today, you’ll experience whitewater rafting on the Colorado River. You’ll float a calm stretch down to an exclusive barbecue lunch buffet at a riverside ranch. After lunch, you’ll hit some rapids as the canyon narrows along one of the most scenic by-ways bordering Arches National Park. After the float, you can enjoy a relaxing afternoon before heading to Dead Horse State Park for a guided hike and sunset viewing.

Day 6:  This morning, you’ll meet your guide for an early start to view the sunset through Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park. After the sunrise, spend a few hours exploring the trails of the Islands in the Sky.

Day 7: The final day is here! After lunch, you’ll head back to Moab and bid farewell to your Good Trip guide!