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  • Day 8Today was spent entirely in Arches National Park. Because Arches has seen a 67% growth of visitors in the past 10 years, they are piloting a timed entry system. There are horror stories online of people waiting in Posted by Donatograndcirc in Donato Grand Circle Tour | Jun 10, 2022
  • The journey to Steamboat==Day 18== At 6am this morning, Australia would be coming into 2017. To celebrate, we decided to set an alarm for 5:30am, and call home to celebrate with them. It was nice to see and hear from them all again and Posted by vansantjordan in Jordan's Travel Blog | Jan 4, 2017
  • A Christmas delight Last night it rained, snowed, hailed, lightning and thunder and blew a gale. It was also very cold. We woke up at 6am, and it was snowing quite nicely. It was like waking up in all the Christma Posted by vansantjordan in Jordan's Travel Blog | Dec 28, 2016
  • A day of drivingToday is the first day of our much-anticipated round trip to Arches National Park, Grand Canyon, Bryce and Zion National Parks, Canyonlands National Park and Steamboat Ski field. Today we would be driving down to a town called Moab, which Posted by vansantjordan in Jordan's Travel Blog | Dec 28, 2016
  • The National Parks around MoabWe had a full day’s worth of activities in front of us and consequently started earlier than usual. The first place on our list was the scenic drive in Capitol Reef National Park, the least visited of Utah’s five national Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Aug 13, 2016
  • Salt Lake City nach MoabBesuch des Mormonen Tempels in Salt Lake. Danach Fahrt zum Salt Lake und nach Provo. Von dort östlich in Richtung Colorado. In Moab angekommen noch das letzte Tageslicht genutzt für den Besuch des Arches National Parks. [img=https://photos.travellers Posted by corth in Travel Chicago-San Francisco | Jul 17, 2016
  • Uncomfortable in Utah; Religion makes me queasy I was nervous that getting into Utah was going to bring back the flat farmland of the Midwest, but it didn't! All I knew about Utah was that Mormons exist. Colorado reminded me of Posted by katie_rose in My Own Backyard | Nov 17, 2014
  • Utah & ArizonaWith Denver now in the rear view mirror, we committed ourselves for the long haul to Utah. Our first stop was Arches National Park; a region famous for its natural arched rock formations commonly featured in movies and internet clips [[http://www.nps.g Posted by camenbrothers in Brothers Wandering | Sep 29, 2014
  • The "other" viewSo -- with national parks and monuments closed due to the government shut-down today (stupid Congress), we found ourselves in southeast Utah, surrounded by such enticing vistas as Canyonlands National Park, Natural Bridge National Monument, and several ot Posted by Joyful Feet in On the Road Fall 2013 | Oct 3, 2013
  • July 17 2013Quite some travelling today! We decided to leave very early, so I woke up around 5h45, the kids still could sleep while we were driving. Our plan was to go first to Mesa Verde, if everything went well we would arrive Posted by Eddy VDR in West Rockies US 2013 (English) | Jul 18, 2013
  • July 16 2013In West US you need only two kinds of spray! Up North you need bearspray, down South you need sun spray. If you don't use your bearspray when it's really needed it gives you a hot feeling inside your body. Posted by Eddy VDR in West Rockies US 2013 (English) | Jul 16, 2013
  • West Rockies US 2013 Never thought that in this digital world I would be needing to carry more than 3kg of paper, maps, guides ! Thank you colleagues and friend for your contribution. :-) [img=https://photos. Posted by Eddy VDR in West Rockies US 2013 (English) | Jun 22, 2013

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