All things Utah - Zion and Arches and Bryce - Motorcycle and Hiking Heaven!
Tip to save money: If you are going to see the National Parks and Federal Recreation areas in Utah (there are 13!) get the annual pass. You will save a BOATLOAD of money as each park has its own entrance fee - some upward of $30 per bike. An annual national park pass is $80ish. Totally worth it.
Other costs: *Active Military: free Disabilities: 50% off and/or free 4th Graders: FREE (only kids in 4th grade)*
Every National Park in Utah is 100% worth your time to stop and see. Here are a few of my favorites!
ZION NATIONAL PARK - while this one is quite popular, going through on the motorcycle isn't my favorite part. If I took time to hike, it would definitely be here. But Zion is THE most touristy, in my opinion, and with only one road, traffic has always been slow and/or stopped when I have been there. So from a riding perspective, not my favorite. As a National Park? Definitely worth a stop!