Plan a January Vacation to Utah National Parks

Visiting Utah National Parks in January is a unique time of year to plan a vacation. As you plan a visit to Utah, check out the national parks in the state!

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Arches in January

Winter is a great time to visit Arches National Park. The average highs are near 40 degrees with the lows near 20 degrees. 

Canyonlands in January

Visiting Canyonlands National Park in January requires a little more work on your behalf. Several amenities are closed throughout the park during the week.

Bryce Canyon In January

Bryce Canyon National Park in January is the coldest park of all 5 in Utah due to its elevation. 

Capitol Reef in January

Capitol Reef National Park in January means temperatures with highs around 39 and lows around 18 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Zion National Park in January

Zion National Park in January is epic, especially if it snows! The highs are usually around 50 degrees and the lows hover around 25 degrees Fahrenheit.

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