Monthly Archives: September 2014

September travels #8 – Arches NP

After passing through Moab we headed into Arches National Park in Utah. It was incredibly busy, even mid-week, and the campground was full. Once again we were very lucky, after hiking all day, to secure a last minute camping spot cancellation, which are offered on a first-come-first-served basis. We hiked around more of the spectacular […]

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September travels #3 – Zion National Park

I have visited Zion NP before on my “100 goals” travel adventure, and was keen to return to spend a little more time here. There were a few hikes I didn’t have time to do on my last visit. Zion is a beautiful place. From the National Parks brochure: Immutable yet ever changing, the cliffs […]

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September travels #2 – Bryce Canyon

Visiting Bryce Canyon meant a bit of a detour, and will involve doubling back after we leave, but it was certainly well worth coming here. It is equally as breathtaking as the Grand Canyon, but on a much smaller scale, so we have managed to hike around many of the trails below the canyon rim, […]

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