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Buckskin Gulch Day Hike

Last Updated on September 9, 2020 Buckskin Gulch in Utah is the longest slot canyon hiking trail in the world. And for sure, one of the most dangerous. The main reason for this is the flood danger. And the threat is real – while in the canyon, there are limited escape options. Still, you can...

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Things To Do in Canyonlands National Park

Last Updated on September 9, 2020 Canyonlands National Park encloses 337,598 acres of colorful canyons, mesas, buttes, fins, arches, as famous Mesa Arch, and spires in the heart of southeast Utah’s high desert. Canyonlands is more remote then neighboring Arches National Park. It invites you to explore a wilderness of amazing formations carved by the...

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Best Things To Do In Arches National Park

Last Updated on September 9, 2020 Arches National Park located in southeastern Utah, near Moab, offers more than 2000 natural sandstone arches and unique geological formations. Moreover, the Park contains the highest density of natural arches in the world. Unusual fairy-tale shapes and rusty red colors of the rocks will amaze you, so it’s worth...

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Paria Rimrocks Toadstool Hoodoos

Last Updated on September 9, 2020 This fantastic spot is usually missed by people making a Southwest road trip. And if you plan to drive from Kanab, Utah to Page, Arizona or the other way round, why don’t you stop for a two hours hike to admire those formations from another planet? In this short...

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Things to do in Bryce Canyon National Park

Last Updated on September 9, 2020 Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah has worldly unique geology. The erosional force shaped the colorful limestone rock into bizarre shapes including slot canyons, windows, and spires called “hoodoos.” These incredible structures are formed over millions of years due to erosion, freezing and thawing, and water movement. Red, orange...

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