Tag: National Park

Capitol Reef National Park

April 12, 2017 We drove from Monument Valley to Capitol Reef yesterday. On the way we stopped at Natural Bridges National Monument. It was a really nice area and we even got to hike under a bridge. From there we drove to Capitol Reef National Park. It didn’t look like much from the road but…

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Canyonlands National Park

April 10, 2017, After dinner we went up to Canyonlands National Park to watch the sunset. We parked the van right on a cliff and laid in the back. It was so peaceful and beautiful. It is so nice to have Arches and Canyonlands so close together. We only got to go to the Island…

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Arches National Park

April 10, 2017 Just spent 2 days in Moab. We got there on Saturday and went to the store. Kirk saw a great deal on firewood so he bought three bundles. Of course we get to the RV resort and there’s no campfires allowed. The camp sites were tight and the shower sucked but we…

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Crater Lake National Park

In an effort to see as many national parks as possible we squeaked our way up to Crater Lake. We stayed the night in beautiful Klamath Falls then drove up the mountain where the same 15 feet of snow was waiting for us. The visitor center was open in April but the rim drive was…

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Lassen Volcanic National Park

On our way up eastern California we made a quick stop at Lassen Volcanic National Park. When we got there we realized that the park doesn’t typically open until the summer time. It was still about 15 feet under snow. The visitor center was open and we explored that but that was about as far…

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Death Valley National Park

April 7, 2016 After spending two days in Las Vegas we made our way back up to Seattle. Our first stop was Death Valley National Park. We were quick to drive through it but not before stopping at the sand dunes and the visitor center. We climbed to the top of one of the sand…

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Bryce Canyon

April 4, 2016 We drove 4 hours from SLC to Bryce Canyon National Park. From the entrance to the top you gain 2,000 feet and that’s on top of being at 6,000 feet already. At our highest we were at 9.000 feet. Probably the highest either of us has been. My favorite part was the…

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