Utah's landscape is certainly one of the most stunning arrays of natural beauty to be found on Earth. Here's how to see all five of its national parks in one shot, with incredible scenic drives in between.
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First Stop: Zion National Park
Utah's first national park, founded in 1919, is a "greatest hits" of Utah's geologic wonders — rivers, canyons, arches — you name it, Zion has it. Get your feet wet with a watery hike through Zion Canyon; the trail goes along, and sometimes right through, the Virgin River. After your first day of relatively easy hiking, get a good night's sleep at Zion Lodge, or park your RV at Watchman Campground.
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