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ABOUT OUR SE UTAH PHOTO TOUR LOCATIONS

 

The desert of southeast Utah offers the stunning and sometimes surreal art, ruins, and settings of the Anasazi and Fremont Indians, such as the remote area of Grand Gulch, as well as the vistas of Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park, Dead Horse Point State Park, Cedar Mesa, Valley of the Gods, and Monument Valley.  Canyonlands and Arches provide countless photo opportunities, many of which can be had with walks of just a few minutes.

Among the many locations you can choose from are:

  • Arches National Park
    • Delicate Arch
    • North-South Window
    • Turret Arch
    • Double Arch
    • Balanced Rock
    • Courthouse Towers
    • The Three Gossips
    • Klondike Bluffs
  • Canyonlands National Park
    • Mesa Arch
    • Aztec Butte
    • Grand View Point
    • Green River Overlook
  • Klondike Bluffs
  • Bartlett Wash
  • Fisher Towers
  • Poison Spider Mesa
  • Cedar Mesa
    • Moon House Ruin
    • Fallen Ceiling Ruin
    • Road Canyon
    • House Fire Ruin
  • Valley of the Gods
  • Hanksville (the Great Gallery)