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Canyon Overlook Trail | 12 Utah Staycations

During our last visit to Zion, we used the FREE shuttle system so I didn't even know about the other side of Zion National Park. There is an awesome tunnel that is over a mile long that you can drive through. Right as you exit the tunnel, start searching for a parking spot. There is a small parking lot to the right, and parking along the road to the left. This overlook hike is basically a mini Angels Landing. It's a short hike, about 30 minutes, and the views are incredible. There are some steep cliffs so keep the littles

Canyon Overlook Trail | Southern Utah

I’ve written about how my husband grew up in Southern Utah, thus creating this problem of finding a hike he hasn’t done in the past. But I’ve finally done it. Rather, the ladies at Zion Ponderosa Resort have done it. When we were checking in, I asked for any insider information on hikes for the East Entrance of Zion. I really wanted to do Observation Point Hike, but between the snow, being pregnant and having two small children, I knew the 7-mile hike was out of the question. Canyon Overlook Trail. This is the hike my husband has never done

Two Tiny Utah Towns You Need to Visit

Anyone else in a sudden funk of downers? Maybe it was the Holidays or something because now I find myself mentally trying to plan a trip to somewhere warmer and just anywhere else but here. So instead, I'll write about this little road trip we took on Halloween day last year. . . We had just finished our half day trip in Zion National Park and decided to take the road less traveled. Namely, through the tunnels of the East Entrance in Zion. If you continue following the East Entrance towards Mt. Carmel you'll find the coolest, somewhat scandalous, family
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