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The total driving distance from Denver, CO to Las Vegas, NV is 748 miles or 1 204 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Denver, Colorado. It ends in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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You’ll cross Utah when driving between Denver and Las Vegas. Utah is America’s national park capital with 5 national parks that offer red rock spires, deep canyons, natural arches and bridges and more. Road trippers will definitely drive close to at least one of the beautiful national parks in Utah.
Arches National Park is located 360 miles Southwest of Denver, 5 miles North of Moab UT and 467 miles from Las Vegas.
Arches National Park is a red and arid desert. It has the world’s largest concentration of natural stone arches. Besides arches you can see sandstone forms like fins, pinnacles, spires and balanced rocks. Utah.com called these “miracles of nature.”
Among the most famous is the Delicate Arch. It is located in SE Utah, near Moab. You can’t see the arch from your car. A short hike from the paved scenic drive will take you to the viewpoint.
To get there you’ll drive from Denver to Moab. The entrance to Arches is 5 miles north of Moab along Highway 191. Park is open year round, 24 hours a day. Most of the trails are easy and short.
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