Canyonlands National Park

The Canyonlands area was only designated a National Park in 1964; before then, most of the terrain was unvisited, and is still relatively undisturbed. The Colorado and Green rivers divide the park into three distinct areas not connected by roads: the Island in the Sky, the Needles, and the Maze. The Island in the Sky offers sweeping vistas over the lower two districts; the Needles and the Maze are more rugged backcountry districts that offer excellent hiking and biking opportunities. An ideal Canyonlands National Park resort, Sorrel River Resort and Spa, brings adventure and serenity together.