Join park rangers as they explore the many features of Canyonlands. These three to five minute videos provide an in-depth look at a range of topics... all of which you're likely to experience first-hand when you visit the park.
This 15-minute video provides an introduction to Canyonlands, exploring the area's geology, natural and cultural resources, as well as recreational opportunities.
Curious about what mammals live in Canyonlands? View images taken by heat/motion sensitive cameras placed in the park's backcountry.
Minimum Impact Video
Whether you're biking, boating, driving or hiking, your conduct matters. This ten-minute video demonstrates proper backcountry etiquette so that you can leave the park just as you found it.
Experience the thrill of running high water in Cataract Canyon from the comfort of your desktop. Over a dozen clips are available.
Stewart Udall and the Creation of Canyonlands
Download audio or video of Stewart Udall discussing the creation of Canyonlands at Grand View Point on July 26, 2006.
Did You Know?
The Utah juniper, one of the most common trees in the southwest, has the ability to self-prune. During droughts, these trees will cut off fluids from one or more branches so that the rest of the tree can survive. More...