The canyon country of the American West has long held a storied place in the annals of travel adventure. From John Wesley Powell to Mary Colter to Teddy Roosevelt, intrepid pioneers and everyday explorers alike have pursued the allure of these rusty landscapes. Join their ranks on this classic journey into America's canyonlands, shunning crowds by staying at private mobile camps in secluded areas where quiet and solitude reign. Like those who have come before, we are moved by a rosy dawn at Bryce Canyon or stars shooting across the black night sky over the Escalante. Walking between Zion's sandstone ramparts or surveying the layered walls of the Grand Canyon, no traveler comes away without being changed in some way: inspired, delighted, replenished, richer. That’s the gift of our national parks, and these four are among the most generous givers.