Category Utah

Canyonlands National Park

This Utah trip has consisted of many firsts for me, including this visit to Canyonlands National Park. This park is unique in how many different, yet related, sections there are. My mom, Aunt Frances, and I kept marveling at how the land… Continue Reading →

Arches National Park

My first time to the Arches National Park and it’s safe to say it’s now one of my favorite national parks. There’s so much to see, even just on the way to a trailhead. The park map puts it best… Continue Reading →

Goblin Valley State Park

This post and the next few coming will be all about my amazing Utah trip with my mom and Aunt Frances. On our way to Arches National park, we stopped at a spot that I’m so excited to share: Goblin… Continue Reading →

Snow Valley State Park

Though less popular than Zion National Park, this state park in Utah offers beautiful red rock landscapes and a surprising amount of hikes. While there, my mom and I did two short hikes. Jenny’s Canyon was a half mile round trip… Continue Reading →

Emerald Pools

My second trip to Zion National Park! It reminds me of Yosemite in the sense that what draws people here are the massive rock structures. But it’s also very different from Yosemite. It has beautiful red sandstone rocks, and the… Continue Reading →

Angels Landing

My first trip to this beautiful national park. One of the most popular trails here is Angels landing. It’s known for its steep cliff drops section and the amazing view from the top. To get to this trail you get… Continue Reading →

Bryce Canyon, Navajo loop

This little trail lets you walk along the canyon floor and pass through the hoodoos. It starts at Sunset point and is a 1.3 mile round trip loop (but it can also connect you to others trails if you want… Continue Reading →

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