The next stop was Utah. Starting in Moab and making a stop to see the Mighty five!

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Arches National Park

Hike to Double Arch

I decided to so this hike at the end of the day due to the heat. I was hoping to get a good shot of the sunset but it was quite cloudy.

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Canyonlands National Park

This park is pretty cool. I got up at 330am to get my spot to see the sunrise through Mesa Arch. It was quite spectacular.

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Capitol Reef National Park

This park is one of the least visited of the National Parks. It is quite unique and definitely worth stopping to see. Yes, bigfoot was spotted here! 😀

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Bryce Canyon

This is the most interesting park I’ve been to. It was like being in Whoville with all the crazy hoodoos!!

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I really wish I had more time to spend at each of these parks. They are all so beautiful, with so many things to see.

Zion National Park is so amazing, it gets it’s own post…

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