Two Stunning Utah Parks in One Great Guide
Utah’s Mighty Five national parks encompass some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. This audio tour guide covers two of these great parks as well as hundreds of miles of scenic driving in southeast Utah. All you need to do is turn on the app and drive. Just Ahead gives you a narrated audio tour as the scenery unfolds before your eyes.
Sample a few of the hundreds of stories that play automatically as you drive to and through Arches and Canyonlands National Parks:
ARCHES NATIONAL PARK
Arches boasts more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches in a compact area laced with excellent paved roads. We tell you where to see the most dramatic ones—and how to escape the crowds to experience solitude. Highlights include:
Park Avenue • Courthouse Towers • Petrified Dunes • Balanced Rock • The Windows • Wolfe Ranch • Delicate Arch • Fiery Furnace • Garden of Eden • Sand Dune Arch
CANYONLANDS NATIONAL PARK
Canyonlands is about vast open spaces that conjure images of the Old West—wild, rugged, unfenced, untamed. In its two major districts—Island in the Sky and Needles—you’ll see stunning petroglyphs…a historic cowboy camp…a 700-year-old stone granary…and a giant arch that looks like a wooden shoe. Highlights include:
Cave Spring • Wooden Shoe Arch • Big Spring Canyon • Newspaper Rock • White Rim Road • Dead Horse Point • Mesa Arch • Grand View Point • Upheaval Dome
BONUS SCENIC DRIVE
If you’re coming from or heading to Capitol Reef National Park, Just Ahead guides you along the amazing Bicentennial Highway 95 in country that was once the haunt of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Along the way are:
Cedar Mesa Ruins • Glen Canyon National Recreation Area • Natural Bridges National Monument • Colorado River • Butler Wash Ruins • Mule Canyon Ruins
We share background stories about the history, natural history, colorful personalities, and awesome recreation opportunities of this dazzling landscape:
Side Trips • Great Towns: Moab, Blanding, Monticello • River Rafting • Mountain Biking • OHV Touring • Where to Camp • Great Day Hikes • History • Geology • Western Movie Sites
You’ll experience Arches and Canyonlands National Parks in a way you never could on your own—and there’s no need to take your eyes off the scenery to thumb through maps and guidebooks.
It’s like having a friendly park ranger along for the ride!