Plan Your Visit
The park is divided into four districts by the Green and Colorado Rivers:
There are no roads within the park that directly link the four districts. Though they may appear close on a map, traveling between them requires two to six hours by car as there are few places to cross the Colorado and Green Rivers. Most people find it impractical to visit more than one or two districts in a single trip.
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...