Just because the temperatures are dropping, that doesn’t mean that your outdoor adventuring has to stop. In fact, there are plenty of fun activities to consider that are only available in the wintertime! With so many National Parks to visit and explore, consider planning out a trip to see what they have to offer during these colder months.
Hike One Of The Grand Canyon South Rim Hikes
Debatably one of the most ideal spots to see the best views of the Grand Canyon, a hike of the South Rim is one of our favorite winter activities. During the summer, it is required that you start this hike early in the morning. But in the colder months, you’re able to sleep in and get a later start on the hike. The trails are less crowded and the temperature is comfortable, leaving you the ability to take your time while you revel in the beauty and scenery. You don’t want to miss out on the winter adventure of a lifetime, check out our grand canyon tours to schedule your perfect winter adventure today!
Cross Country Skiing in Bryce Canyon
If skiing is a regular part of your wintertime schedule, consider changing things up and taking a trip out to Bryce Canyon! With well-maintained trails that take you right out to the rim of the canyon, there will plenty of incredible sights to be seen on your adventure. The crowds have typically thinned out by this time of year, so you can enjoy a sense of peace and seclusion on your outing. While you’re planning out your trip, see what Bryce Canyon tours you could take advantage of so you can get the most out of the park.
Hike to Observation Point Trail at Zion National Park
This gorgeous eight-mile hike will take you six hours to complete round trip, and boy is it worth every second! This hike contains the highest lookout point in the entire National Park and is sure to give you some of the most breathtaking views available. Enjoy beautiful greenery and wildlife on your trek to the top, and be sure to come prepared with layers! Book one of our Zion National Park tours to ensure you will get the most out of your experience in magnificent this National Park.
Explore St. George, Utah
While planning out your trip to Bryce Canyon or Zion National Park, be sure to make a stop in sunny St. George! A popular winter destination due to its higher temperatures and abundant outdoor activity options, you’ll find that there are plenty of adventures to be had and places to explore. Make a stop at the Snow Canyon State Park and take advantage of some hiking opportunities, or enjoy a panoramic view of the city by taking a short hike up The Sugarloaf, a large red rock with the word “Dixie” written in bold white letters.
Enjoy Your Next Winter National Park Adventure!
Wherever you decide to go for your next winter trip, be sure to do everything you can to ensure that you are taking advantage of what these incredible locations have to offer. So choose your next adventure destination and make the most of the season!