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Located on 600 protected acres in the heart of the Grand Circle in southern Utah, Amangiri is not only a luxury resort, but also an ideal base for exploring the natural allure of the desert and all its surroundings. Deep canyons, impressive vistas, and soaring plateaus are just a few of the outstanding features that attract visitors from across the globe. The resort is also a comfortable distance from some of the country’s most celebrated National Parks, including the Grand Canyon and Zion National Park. And let’s not forget about Lake Powell. Explore the vast blue waters by watercraft, take a hike, or play a round of golf on the world-class golf course.
In the heart of the desert, clear night skies seem to go on for miles. Take advantage of the cloudless nights and do some stargazing. The solitary landscape is optimal for spotting sparkling constellations.
Some argue that the best way to explore the Glen Canyon is by getting your feet wet - literally. A guided kayak tour on Lake Powell and the Colorado River will give you a unique perspective of the geologic phenomenon.
If you haven’t already been to the Grand Canyon, the drive is certain to be worth your while. There are a ton of ways to tour the natural wonder and you will no doubt be captivated by its sheer magnitude.
Utah’s Grand Staircase, a U.S. National Monument, is also the site of fossils dating back 75 million years. Explore the area with a paleontological guide and visit the site of excavated fossils and dinosaur tracks.
At the Navajo Nation’s Monument Valley Park, sandstone structures dominate the skyline and from the desert floor protrudes mesas and buttes. Explore the major monuments of the valley and learn about Navajo history and heritage.
Yogis rejoice as dawn becomes dusk and the sky is illuminated by the bright light of a full moon. Amangiri yoga instructors will guide students through a peaceful flow atop a 165-million year old mesa.
The impressive Spa offers a number of healing treatments including massages, scrubs, and body wraps - all of which are inspired by Navajo traditions. You’re also welcome to enjoy the flotation pavilion, restorative yoga classes, and contemporary fitness center.
Canyon Point is perfectly situated among several of the country’s most beautiful national parks. While they may be a day-trip away we highly recommend making the drive if you haven’t been to Grand Canyon, Zion, or Bryce Canyon National Park. You won’t regret it.
Simplistic décor adorns the open kitchen design and the locally sourced Southwestern cuisine is further complimented by floor-to-ceiling glass doors that join indoor and outdoor seating options. The views are just as spectacular as the regionally inspired fare.
Amangiri has rightfully earned acclaim for its high level of service. Please be assured that no request is considered to be too big or too small. The resort’s service team will also be available to you for all pre-planning needs, requests, and considerations.
Located in the remote desert of Southern Utah, Canyon Point experiences a full range of temperatures and weather conditions. While it’s beautiful year-round, spring and autumn are typically mild with cool nights. Summer is unmistakably warmer during the day, but evenings are exceedingly pleasant. As expected, fall and winter bring lower temperatures, crisp winds, and occasional light snow. When planning your vacation, be sure to take into consideration the seasons and how they align with what activities interest you most. We also recommend that you pack clothes that suit warm, as well as cooler temperatures.
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