Internship in Canyon Point, Utah

Rocky Mountains, National Parks

Dramatic landscapes, breathtaking vistas and raw natural beauty are phrases that come to mind when we think of Canyon Point, located in the country’s Four Corners region — where Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado meet. As the center of Grand Circle, Canyon Point offers easy access to many national parks. You’re within two and a half hours of the Grand Canyon, a quick drive to Monument Valley and at the epicenter of hiking trails.

Details about the internship:

Hospotality Internship
Business type: Resort
Location: Canyon Point, UT
Start Date: May 1st 2015
End Date: January 31st 2016 (the dates are flexible)
Pay Rate:
F&B Back Server – $5.00/ h plus gratuity
Rooms Attendant – $8.50/ h plus gratuity
Culinary Program – $10.00/ h plus gratuity
Housing: Provided. $300-$400 per month per person inclusive of all utilities; rent is payroll deducted each paycheck.
Employer will provide transportation from Airport to employer’s location: YES. We will provide transportation from the Page, AZ airport if arrival information is received at least three days prior to your arrival.

Local Attractions / Activities:
Located at the Utah-Arizona border, Canyon Point is a dream destination for outdoor enthusiasts. This Utah oasis features great hiking, spectacular natural wonders and views that stretch as far as the eye can see.

1. Take a hike. Canyon Point sits within the United States’ Four Corners region and offers some of the nation’s best hiking. Trails range from beginner to advanced and can take anywhere from one to five hours. Set out on the Cave Trail for a taste of one of the better known hikes in the area, which brings you to Ulrike’s Cave. Or, explore the Coyote Trail, where you’ll find great sunset views toward Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.

2. Gaze at the stars. One of the perks of being in the middle of the desert is that you’re far from the hubbub of big-city life. Here, night skies are so clear you’ll think you’re in a planetarium. Whether you’re from New York or L.A., the glittering stars above Canyon Point are worth the trip.

3. Venture to the Grand Canyon. You can’t visit the Four Corners region without exploring the country’s most famous natural wonder. The Grand Canyon is a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Canyon Point and is a must-see. Do everything from riding a donkey down the narrow paths to whitewater rafting on the Colorado River.

4. Explore the national parks. Canyon Point is surrounded by national parks, many of which offer stunning views of the surrounding desert. In addition to Grand Canyon National Park, this Utah town is also near Zion National Park (home to a diverse plant and animal population), Monument Valley’s iconic sandstone buttes, Bryce Canyon National Park’s hoodoos and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.