What used to be a “locals only” spot has been found and gets quite busy. Mill Creek Falls also known as Left Hand is a short and scenic hike to a small waterfall.
Bryce Canyon National Park has many amazing hikes and two of our favorites are the Navajo/Queen’s Garden Trail and the much longer Fairyland Trail. Let’s check out the first one!
Do you love extremely narrow slot canyons in the middle of the hot desert? If so, Zebra Slot Canyon in the Grand Staircase-Escalante is for you. It’s a short and colorful striped canyon!
Bull Valley Gorge is a great slot canyon carved out of Navajo Sandstone and 200′ deep. It’s perfect for a day hike and the scenery is impressive but it has infamous history due to a truck wreck.
Do you love arches, hiking and exploring? Then Double O Arch in Moab is where you want to go. It’s a great place to spend a day and find the many arches on this trail. Get your camera ready!
Corona Arch Trail is a fun hike 15 minutes from Arches National Park in Moab that involves a ladder, chains, cairns and ending at the massive arch. Let’s go!
Tower Arch Trail is a less traveled much less visited hike in Arches National Park which is exactly why it’s worth seeing. The feeling of having a trail nearly to yourself is hard to find these days.
What’s a flatlander? Well, until this Canyonland’s adventure, we’d never heard the term before.
This is one road that when you see it, you will get the urge to drive it and prove you have what it takes.