Number of Nights: 7
Seasons: Year Round
Start / End: Las Vegas
Average Price: $4400
Detailed Zion and Bryce Canyon Itinerary
Start: Las Vegas, NV
Leaving from Las Vegas, you will begin your road trip at Zion National Park. Learn more about Las Vegas.
Las Vegas to Zion: 160 miles
3 nights Zion National Park
You will spend three days and nights enjoying one of the most famous parks in the USA. You can stroll casually down the Riverside Walk or take on the challenging Narrows for picturesque memories with the whole family. Learn more about Zion National Park.
Zion to Bryce: 85 miles
3 nights in Bryce Canyon National Park
Next, you are off to Bryce Canyon National Park for another three nights. Thousands of years of erosion have made Bryce Canyon a geological marvel that you will love to explore by horseback riding, ATVing, biking, or hiking. Learn more about Bryce Canyon National Park.
Bryce to Snow Canyon: 145 miles
1 night in Snow Canyon State Park
For the last step of your road trip, you will enjoy the red landscapes of Snow Canyon State Park. Whether you decide to dive into the darkness of the Lava Tubes or build a sandcastle in the dunes, you will have a fantastic experience. Before heading back to Vegas, you should consider adding on two nights at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon or two nights at Lake Powell. Learn more about Snow Canyon State Park.
Snow Canyon to Las Vegas: 130 miles
End: Las Vegas, NV
2 nights North Rim Grand Canyon +$700
Towering 1,000 feet higher than the South Rim, the North Rim demonstrates the staggering width of the Grand Canyon. The North Rim is much quieter, peaceful, and relaxing to visit that its southernly sister but still features incredible views, hiking, sight-seeing, and ranger-led activities.
Learn more about the Grand Canyon.
2 nights at Lake Powell +$800
Lake Powell draws thousands of visitors each year with its sparkling waters, hundreds of miles of shoreline, and surrounding stunning landscapes. When at Lake Powell, you can swim in the lake, try out paddle boarding, zoom on a powerboat, and much more. From Lake Powell, you can easily visit Horseshoe Bend, the Rainbow Bridge, and Antelope Canyon and continue further out to the Vermilion Cliffs National Park, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, and the Coconino National Forest. Don’t forget that you can also explore the nearby town of Page for quaint dining and specialty stores.
Learn more about Lake Powell.