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This Bird’s Eye View Of Utah’s National Parks Will Drop Your Jaw

America’s national parks are some of our greatest treasures. They preserve the stunning natural splendor of this country while reminding us of our heritage and history.

With the help of drones, a little planning, and a lot of lucky timing, one filmmaker has immortalized the breathtaking beauty of Utah’s Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion national parks.

These are places where the natural landscape is so beautiful, it can be almost overwhelming. Taking to the air and viewing the parks’ gorgeous peaks, rivers, canyons, and hoodoos from high in the sky really helps you digest the immense scale and grandeur of these spots.

As the national park system has recently banned the flying of drones within park territory, this aerial documentation of the beauty of Utah’s national parks is even more precious.

Check out this awesome aerial drone footage by YouTube user eon3216, and prepare to have your mind blown.

Tip: You’ll want to skip the intro and jump in at around the 20-second mark.

Have you visited this amazing place in Utah? Let us know your experiences in the comments!

Sophia
Massachusetts native. Freelance writer and strawberry eater. Get in touch: smitrokostas@onlyinyourstate.com.