Canyonlands National Park, Moab, Utah

If the variety of landscapes and rock formations of Arches National Park has already intrigued you into planning your next hiking trip, then Canyonlands National Park will probably take your breath away with its vast open spaces. This National Park is huge, and unless you Read More …

Travel notes from my trip through Utah’s natural parks

This post is the last to complete the series from my trip to Utah. After a deep plunge into photographs, let me go over a bit of the logistics for this trip, out of which I think I can share some wisdom. Keep in mind Read More …

Snow canyon, Saint George – Utah

St. George was the last stop on the way back to Las Vegas. Besides being a good place for restoring your energy, it is home to Snow Canyon State Park. The park is midsize, but rich with a variety of formations that you will want Read More …

Bowtie and Corona arches, Moab – Utah

If you happen to be in Moab, Utah, you absolutely cannot miss out on this fantastic location: it’s not far from town, it’s a fairly simple hike, it’s only 3 miles round-trip, and the place is just magic. Need more reasons? :-) For a very Read More …

Dead Horse Point State Park – Utah

The second stop of the trip around Utah’s National Parks was Moab, natural base for visiting the Arches National Park. Unfortunately, because of the Federal Shutdown, two rangers were in front of the closed gate to Arches, directing visitors away. And that’s how I actually Read More …