Eventually, as you work your way up the winding Yerba Buena Road, you will turn a tight corner and, quite suddenly, a view of Sandstone Peak and its surrounding rock formations come into view. Every time, without fail, I catch my breath at the raw beauty of this place. As I have said to many… Continue reading Sandstone Peak
Horseshoe Bend has become an iconic stop for those traveling to and from the Grand Canyon. It is just south of Page, Arizona and is easily accessible from US 89. Because it is so accessible, expect to see many others visiting the site. The hike offers an incredible view of the Horseshoe Bend in the… Continue reading Horseshoe Bend, Arizona
Zion national Park is located in southwestern Utah. It is Utah’s oldest and most visited national park. It is estimated that there are 2.5 million visitors to the park each year. Angels Landing, which is located within the park, has become Utah’s most famous hike. History: The Anasazi tribe inhabited Zion from approximately 1500 to… Continue reading Angels Landing: Zion National Park
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