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Red Rocks and Exploration!

We entered Vermillion Cliffs from the south end (89A), so we only explored from the southwest... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2017
Camarillo, California
Beautiful views and colors!

Vermillion Cliffs is a relatively new National Monument that protects a section of land on the... read more

Reviewed 19 January 2017
Andrei S
Clemmons, North Carolina
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South of Zion National Park, this area is recommended.
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“dirt road” (3 reviews)
Boulder, UT
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Reviewed 21 August 2017

We entered Vermillion Cliffs from the south end (89A), so we only explored from the southwest corner. Bureau of Land Management could have done a better job marking some of the landmarks within the area, with maybe just a “1” at the first dirt road...More

Thank CheekyMonkey12
Reviewed 19 January 2017

Vermillion Cliffs is a relatively new National Monument that protects a section of land on the Arizona-Utah border. The monument is appropriately named, as the brilliant red color of the cliffs strikes you immediately. This monument contains some incredible hikes and attractions, including the world-renowned...More

2  Thank Andrei S
Reviewed 8 July 2016

Nice time hiking and Jeeping around Utah. The absence of crowds and the joy of nature made our day most pleasant!

Thank julius_s57
Reviewed 24 May 2016

Wow! What a stunning route from the Grand Canyon North Rim to either Page or Flagstaff. These cliffs are, to me, even more beautiful than Zion National Park. Words can’t describe it. Just take the route and see for yourself.

Thank RBonTheLake
Reviewed 27 February 2016

Drove past the cliffs as the sun was setting and showing off some of the colours at their best. The landscape between Marble Canyon and Jacob Lake is amazing. A long drive to Fredonia and Kanab from Marble Canyon - 70+ miles - but well...More

Thank Iain T
Reviewed 22 November 2015 via mobile

We were so lucky to have won the walk in lottery for the wave tickets and couldn't have had a better hike and weather! If you can apply early online for the lottery- do it. Or test your luck with the day prior walk in...More

4  Thank Anna H
Reviewed 1 July 2015

Vermilion Cliffs is a fairly new National Monument, thanks to Bill Clinton who created this during the last days he was in office. thank you Bill! This is an incredible area, so colorful, so vast, and so different from any other places on earth. Everywhere...More

4  Thank Amelia H
Reviewed 21 March 2015

We drove 89A from Kanab, Utah to the Condor Viewing Area of Vermillion Cliffs. During this time of year, with Grand Canyon North Rim closed, 89A had little traffic. 89A climbs to almost 9000 feet; we went from temperatures in the 70s in Kanab to...More

4  Thank Ht0wn_Traveler
Reviewed 3 June 2014

How often have you seen a species that was virtually extinct, and is making a comeback? Our recent visit to Vermillion Cliffs allowed us to see 8 of these huge birds flying above the cliffs. It is a beautiful setting and an amazing sight.

1  Thank Loup407
Reviewed 13 January 2014

What we saw from our drive along 89A was spectacular. I did not realize how big this place is until we stopped at the overlook that showed the map. It sounds like the best way to see this area is a tour deep into the...More

4  Thank fourolivers
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