If you are feeling like a good hike, do Angel's Landing! It is a strenuous hike and you need to bring water but it is worth it! One time when I was riding the shuttle up the canyon, the driver stopped and showed us a not so well known spot where there is a waterfall you can see from a nice deck. It was a short walk from the next shuttle stop. It is called Menu Falls. Another interesting place I went to once was outside of Toquerville, UT. On a local tip, I followed Spring Canyon Road out of town for several miles to a spot where a bunch of kids were swimming in the creek and jumping off some cliffs into a deeper pool. It was very nice and refreshing! I never really knew exactly where that was until just now when I searched around for the spot using Google Maps! Ain't technology grand. This was way before I had a GPS or a dual sport. Probably 1995. Anyway, I drove my Saab 900 turbo out there. I kind of messed up my exhaust on that drive. Spent the rest of the day trying to find some rubber exhaust hangers in some tiny towns. Crazy! There is so much to see in the "Grand Circle" within Zion, Bryce, Glen Canyon NRA, Grand Canyon, Escalante National Monument and numerous federal, state, county, and local parks and recreation areas. Have fun!