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Canyonlands National Park: Explore Countless Canyons, Arches, Mesas and Buttes

Introduction to Canyonlands National Park Canyonlands National Park is an incredible national treasure with a beautiful landscape of canyons, mesas and buttes in southeastern Utah. With its towering sheer cliffs, meandering rivers, and miles of white rim trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding, you’ll find plenty to explore during your overnight trips! From panoramic… Continue reading Canyonlands National Park: Explore Countless Canyons, Arches, Mesas and Buttes

Capitol Reef National Park: A Crowd-Free Desert Wonderland

Deep within Utah’s remote wilderness lies Capitol Reef National Park, a desert wonderland filled with natural bridges, arches, domes, slot canyons, and spires. The park’s rugged landscapes are an ideal destination for hikers, backpackers, bikers, and geology enthusiasts. The park welcomes around one million visitors each year, making it less popular than most other national… Continue reading Capitol Reef National Park: A Crowd-Free Desert Wonderland

Arches National Park: Gateway to Another World

With more than 2,000 stone arches carved out of the desert by the elements, Arches National Park is a magical place to visit. This protected natural area on the Colorado Plateau contains the world’s largest concentration of natural sandstone arches. These fascinating geological features and stunning desert scenery draw over a million people to Arches… Continue reading Arches National Park: Gateway to Another World

The Best Hiking Trails Around Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City is an outdoor heaven for adventure seekers all around the world, and you won’t be surprised when you find out why! Blessed with the Wasatch Range in the east and the Oquirrh Mountains in the west, it’s considered a dream destination for skiers in the winter. During all of the other seasons,… Continue reading The Best Hiking Trails Around Salt Lake City

A Hiker’s Guide to Zion National Park

Zion National Park is the most visited and the oldest national park in Utah and attracts around 4.5 million visitors each year. Zion Canyon is the most popular attraction because of its mesmerizing rock monoliths. The Great White Throne is another popular attraction that stands 2,200-foot-tall and is recognized as one of the most loved… Continue reading A Hiker’s Guide to Zion National Park

Exploring Hoodoos & More in Bryce Canyon National Park

Although it’s one of America’s smallest national parks, Bryce Canyon National Park in the state of Utah packs in tons of stunning scenery and opportunities for outdoor adventures. The park is famous for its natural amphitheaters and red rock spires known as hoodoos, but it also contains gorgeous pine forests, aspen groves, and wildflower meadows.… Continue reading Exploring Hoodoos & More in Bryce Canyon National Park