Running the Zion to Bryce Canyon Country
Accommodations: Inn to Inn
Start/End: St. George, UT
Meeting Place and Time: St. George, UT / 8:00 a.m.
Zion - Bryce Tour
October 30-November 3
Maximum Group Size: 10
Tour Price: $1,695 – Vacation Homes and Cabins
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Running the Red Rock Country between Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks
The southwestern corner of Utah offers some of the most fascinating and awe-inspiring landscapes in the desert Southwest. Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks are the bookends for our exploration of the red rock country connecting these two popular national parks. We’ll run and explore trails through towering cliffs and slickrock canyons, with colorful spires and natural arches that will inspire you and leave you breathless, seeking what lies around the next corner. Our trails will take us past immense spires and redrock walls, through cedar, spruce and bristlecone pine forests and up to ridges with views you won’t forget. We’ll run smooth singletrack high above Zion National Park with views that will leave you speechless. The flowing, smooth singletrack trails and downhills of the Red Canyon country around Bryce Canyon National Park are perfect for trail running and will make you almost want to climb back up so you can run back down again (almost!). In the evening we’ll retire to comfortable lodging facilities where dinner will be served and stories will be told. Join us in November for this memorable trail running tour through country you won’t soon forget. This tour was very popular last year and we plan to add a second tour date when this tour date fills.
Duration/Mileage: 5 days / 75 miles
Difficulty: Intermediate – moderate altitude, no extremely long days, rough, rocky to smooth flowing singletrack, access to support vehicle on some days, route finding challenges, relatively poor trail marking, dry conditions, opportunity to shorten day or do alternate routes on most days, potential cold or wet weather, distances between 12 and 17 miles.
"This was the trip of a lifetime...
great scenery, great trail, great people!!!"