Covered Wagon Natural Bridge

Covered Wagon Natural Bridge is a rock formation located in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. There is a short hike (quarter mile round trip) down to the bridge, and a grotto on the other side.   You can tell that Covered Wagon is a natural bridge because it is located in…

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Cedar Wash Arch

Cedar Wash Arch is a beautiful sandstone arch in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. It is much different than the arches you'll see in southeastern Utah because it is white and not red. There is a short hike to the arch, and the trail can be somewhat confusing.   There is…

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Grosvenor Arch

Grosvenor Arch is one of the most beautiful natural arches in Utah. It soars majestically above the valley floor at a height of more than 150 feet. Additionally, it is a double arch, with two distinct windows.   This arch can easily be seen from the road, though there is a…

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Navajo Loop in Bryce Canyon

The Navajo Loop in Bryce Canyon is the most popular trail in the park. It is short, steep, beautiful, and very busy! If you have the stamina to make this 1.3 mile loop, you should definitely do it, as this is the best hike in the park. The distance may not…

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Queen’s Garden Trail in Bryce Canyon

The Queen's Garden Trail in Bryce Canyon is a beautiful walk through the main amphitheater at Bryce Canyon. Though this trail is fairly short, it climbs steeply down, and then steeply back up the canyon, like all trails into the ampitheater at Bryce. This trail starts at Sunrise Point and junctions…

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Zion Kid Hikes

Wondering which hikes in Zion National Park your little ones can handle? We've done all the research for you and put together this handy Zion Kid Hikes guide that will help you plan the perfect vacation. Simply click on a link to be taken to our full review of each hike,…

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