Utah National Parks in the Fall

With its magnificent landscapes, fresh air and breathtaking views, Utah’s national parks offer an unforgettable adventure that should not be missed during the fall season!

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Fall Weather at Utah National Parks

“Perfect” is the best way to describe the Utah National Parks fall weather and temperatures! You will see days starting to cool down from the intense summer heat.

Arches National Park in the Fall

visiting Arches National Park in the fall is a terrific time of year to enjoy the red rock formations, dramatic sandstone canyons, and towering spires! It’s the best time for outdoor activities because the temperatures will be “just right”!

Canyonlands National Park in the Fall

There is a reason that Canyonlands National Park in the fall is one of the most popular times of the year to visit. The temperatures are “just right” for enjoying outdoor activities at the park.

Bryce Canyon National Park  in the Fall

Take note that when visiting Bryce Canyon National Park in the fall you will want to be prepared for colder temperatures due to the high elevation.

Capitol Reef National Park in the Fall

The best thing about fall is picking fruit in the orchards!! Typically you’ll be able to pick peaches and pears from August to September and apples from September to October.

Zion National Park in the Fall

It will still be crowded at  in the fall, but the temperatures will be more bearable than summer! You will need to use the shuttle to access the popular Zion Canyon in the fall.

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