All posts in Utah

  • Goblin Valley State Park
    January 29, 2016, 1 Comment

    On the southeast corner of the marvelous San Rafael Swell in central Utah lies Goblin Valley State Park. Hidden here is an otherworldly valley and photographer’s paradise, filled with mushroom-shaped […]

  • Winter Sports at Utah Olympic Park
    December 28, 2015, Comments Off on Winter Sports at Utah Olympic Park

    In 2002, the XIX Winter Olympic Games took place in Salt Lake City at numerous venues less than 60 minutes drive from the heart of downtown. Happily, most of these […]

  • Heber Valley Railroad
    Heber Valley Railroad
    December 1, 2015, 1 Comment

    The Heber Valley Railroad is a great way to explore Utah year around. The railroad started in 1889 and served the pioneers to who settled the area. Then in the […]

  • Rainbow Bridge National Monument
    October 26, 2015, Comments Off on Rainbow Bridge National Monument

    Rainbow Bridge National Monument in the Southwest U.S. is unquestionably one of the sites you should see while visiting. An extraordinary natural wonder sitting astride Bridge Canyon on Utah’s southern […]

  • Kodachrome Basin State Park
    September 13, 2015, Comments Off on Kodachrome Basin State Park

    Kodachrome Basin State Park is a fantasy world of massive sandstone chimneys that change color depending on the mood of the day and the natural light, from gray and white […]

  • Dinosaur National Monument
    August 30, 2015, 1 Comment

    About 145 million years ago, the northern parts of Utah and Colorado were a low-lying plain crossed by several large rivers and many smaller streams. A huge variety of ferns, […]

  • The Carved Stones of Coyote Buttes
    August 22, 2015, 1 Comment

    If you love the raw desert beauty of the Southwest, then Coyote Buttes might be the most gorgeous place on earth for you. Carved sandstone cliffs, buttes, waves and other […]

  • The Wave, Utah
    August 15, 2015, Comments Off on The Wave, Utah

    The Wave, located in the Coyote Buttes area of Utah, is a multi-colored chute that has been cut into a sandstone mountain. Brightly colored bands of sandstone twist and undulate, […]

  • Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
    August 2, 2015, Comments Off on Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

    Covering 1.9 million acres, the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is one of the largest parks in the country. This multi-hued landscape can be divided into three regions: The Canyons of […]

  • Zion National Park
    May 29, 2015, 1 Comment

    The Paiute Indians call it Mukuntuweap, “straight up place.” An apt name considering massive canyon walls soar to enormous heights to be framed by a shockingly blue sky. Today, we […]

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