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Antelope & Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce & Monument Valley

Duration: 3 days
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Spend 3 days exploring the amazing Zion and Bryce National Parks, Monument Valley, Lake Powell and the Grand Canyon. Travel by 4x4 through Monument…

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Well worth the price to get an educational and fun tour of the park. Tim at Bryce Canyon Tours was simply awesome. He has a ton of experience, knows the park very well and the park rangers. He went out of his way to make sure we had fun w him. Great stories too. He helped us get the annual NPS pass and he went out of his way to call a friend to set us up at Zion NP the next day with electric bikes, when we couldn't get a rental thru normal channels. We didn't think we'd get to see Zion otherwise.

It's a really great experience! I used to ride horse when I was young. But that time I only ride around 5-10 mins and with someone hold the house. This time the ride is around 1.5 hour. It's pleasant and not hurt the body too much. The trail we went is beautiful. The only thing I think can be improved is if they can stop not he peak of the trail let us enjoy a little more of the view and took some pictures that will be great.

Fun activity in an area adjacent to the north rim of Bryce. Part of the ride was along the rim so that was cool. NPS doesn't allow in the park, for good reason, so being adjacent was just fine.

Had a wonderful tour, beautiful Bryce Canyon, and an excellent guide Tim. He was so fun and very knowledgeable. Love just riding, stopping for photos and getting educated at the same time.

Nice ride to the north rim of Bryce. Guides were excellent and really good riders. Wish more of the trail was along the rim but I'm guessing the NPS has something to do with that.