The hypnotic, outsized landscapes of the American Southwest offer both inspired exploration and serenity


Amangiri is at the heart of the Grand Circle and within easy reach of some of the continent’s most magnificent protected areas, including the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park and Monument Valley. Amangiri’s 243 hectares (600 acres) and beyond reveal stark beauty as well as rich cultural heritage


Painting outside Broken Arrow Cave near ancient petroglyphs, artist-in-residence Ulrike Arnold captures the austere splendor of Amangiri’s desert surroundings

From August to October, visit Ulrike and watch as she works with rock, sand, wind and rain to create her abstract masterpieces


Get up close with Amangiri's majestic rock formations, courtesy of four via ferrata

Ladder rungs, fixed cables and a guide ensure safe climbing and a dramatic perspective of the valley


Early-morning hot air balloon flights offer high-altitude dawn views

Launching directly from Amangiri, the flight takes in views of Lake Powell, Navajo Mountain, the Vermillion Cliffs and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument


Unearth fossils at one of the world’s richest paleontology sites

Explore Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument with a paleontological interpreter, excavate the Tibbet Spring Bone Bed Quarry and visit nearby fossils and dinosaur tracks


Lake Powell takes kayakers to extraordinary formations and landscapes

Fringed by slot canyons and lofty mesas, Lake Powell’s more than 3,200km (2,000 miles) of shoreline and secluded bays provide boundless exploration


Discover the rich cultural heritage of the Navajo

Experiences range from tours with Navajo guides at slot canyons and Monument Valley to storytelling and ritual dances


Experience the sweeping desert landscape on a horseback trail

Amangiri’s extensive trails and expert guides offer riding adventures for all levels


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