Capitol Reef National Park, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands National Park, Zion National Park and Arches National Park are some of the well-known historic and scenic trails of Utah.
Utah National Parks Map highlights the accurate location of the recreational centers and natural parks of the state. Capitol Reef National Park of Utah is meant to preserve the unique geology of Waterpocket Fold which is a monocline. Monoliths, ridges, canyons and buttes are the major attraction of this national park. Bryce Canyon National Park is known for amphitheaters in the form of horse-shoe which are etched out of the eastern ridge of Paunsaugunt Plateau. Canyonlands National Park of Utah placed by the side of Colorado river, consists of four districts - the Needles, the Rivers, the Island in the Sky and the Maze. Zion National Park situated on the Colorado Plateau, is popular for vibrant sandstone cliffs, 800 years old Paiutes and 2000 years old Anasazi. Arches National Park in Moab town of Utah is famous for the arches of natural sandstone which are 2000 years old. Dinosaur National Monument, Rainbow Bridge National Monument and Hovenweep National Monument are some other national parks of the state. The Utah state map indicates the geographical location of major national parks of the state.