Historic Rim Rock Drive
Travel all 23 miles of Rim Rock Drive to gain a bird's eye view of the canyons. Stop at the scenic overlooks along the way for photo opportunities and interpretive signs.
Choose from over 40 miles of maintained trails. From short and easy to long and strenuous, find a trail that is just right for you!
Enjoy the comforts of Saddlehorn Campground or get a permit for backcountry camping.
Become a Jr. Ranger, check out a backpack, explore the trails and more.
Join us for daily ranger programs throughout the monument starting in June.
Saddlehorn Visitor Center
Don't miss the visitor center with rangers to talk to, exhibits to look at, movies to watch, and books for sale.
You may see bicycles on the road during your visit, or you may be riding! Please check out our bicycle regulations and suggested rides.
Desert bighorn sheep and collared lizards are two examples of wildlife you may see here.
A photographers playground, catch the glow of sunrise on the canyon walls.
Bring your lunch and enjoy one of our several picnic areas.
Rock climbing is allowed here, check out the monument's climbing rules and regulations.
The Grand Valley has lots to offer. Find more information on your next destination.
Click here to see time-lapse video of the park's amazing night sky filmed by Thad V`Soske.
Learn more about how to safely enjoy the monument
Last Updated: 10/05/2015