Utah National Parks in January

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Utah National Parks are some of the best places to visit in Utah, and January is still a good time to avoid crowds and enjoy a more individual experience.

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Some of the National Parks in Utah now have permits to enter or do certain activities, so be sure to check about reservations required in January.

Utah National Parks in January

Arches National Park in January

The temperatures will range from highs around 40 to lows around 20 daytime degrees Fahrenheit when you visit Arches National Park in January. Temperatures will get cold after the sun goes down.

The temperatures at Canyonlands National Park in January are highs near 40 and lows near 20 degrees Fahrenheit.

Canyonlands in January

The weather you’ll find at Bryce Canyon in January is  cold with temps averaging between 36 and 11 degrees Fahrenheit.

Bryce Canyon in January

The weather at Capitol Reef National Park in January is cold with highs around 39 and lows around18 in degrees fahrenheit.

Capitol Reef in January

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