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Klondike Bluffs on Tower Arch Trail
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Tower Arch Trail: Most Epic Hike in Arches National Park

Distance: 2.4 miles roundtrip | Time: 1.5 – 2.5 hours | Level: Moderate Tower Arch Trail was hands down our favorite hike we did in Arches National Park. The trail winds hikers through what’s known as the Klondike Bluffs area of the park. The landscape consists of unique sandstone spires, towering rock walls, and sweeping views of the vibrant …

Sunrise views from Devils Garden Trail
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Devils Garden Trail: Epic Hike in Arches National Park

Distance: 7.9 mile loop | Time: 3 – 4 hours | Level: Moderate – Hard Devils Garden Trail is an adventurous loop with incredible views of Arches National Park. While Delicate Arch receives most of the hype in the park, Devils Garden Trail boasts eight different arches, including the longest arch in North America. Devils Garden Trail is sort …

View at sunset from Corona and Bowtie Arch Trail
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Hiking Corona and Bowtie Arch Trail at Sunset

Distance: 3 miles round trip | Time: 1.5 – 2.5 hours | Level: Easy – Moderate Corona Arch and Bowtie Arch are two of Moab’s most spectacular natural wonders. When researching things to do in Moab during our Arizona-Utah road trip, most results highlighted hikes within surrounding National Parks, Arches, and Canyonlands. Luckily, hiking Corona and Bowtie Arch Trail …

Man standing on a rock ledge looking into Sulphur Creek Route in Capitol Reef National Park
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Hiking Sulphur Creek Trail: Capitol Reef’s Best Hike

Distance: 5.8 miles One Way | Time: 2.5 – 3.5 hours | Level: Easy – Moderate | Dog Friendly Hiking Sulphur Creek Trail is a must when visiting Capitol Reef National Park. The route is every adventurer’s dream, forcing hikers to scramble over rocks, wade waist-deep in water, scale up (or down) waterfalls, and navigate within the depths of a 600-foot …

Girl standing in front of Lower Calf Creek Falls looking up at the waterfall
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Lower Calf Creek Falls Trail: Best Waterfall Hike in Utah

Distance: 6 miles Roundtrip | Time: 2.5 – 3.5 hours | Level: Easy – Moderate | Dog Friendly Hiking Lower Calf Creek Falls is an enchanting experience that can’t be skipped. We spent an amazing three weeks taking an Arizona-Utah road trip and witnessing the 126-foot waterfall is one of our favorite memories from the trip. Lower Calf Creek …

Hiker walking on the Fairyland Loop Trail with hoodoos in the distance
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How to Spend Two Days in Bryce Canyon National Park

Two days in Bryce Canyon National Park will absolutely fly. While the park is small, it is jam-packed with breathtaking views and unique geological formations that you won’t be able to get enough of. We spent two days adventuring around Bryce Canyon and would have loved to spend more time exploring the trails. Unfortunately, time …

Sunrise over the hoodoos on Fairyland Loop Trail in Bryce Canyon National Park
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Complete Guide to Hiking the Fairyland Loop Trail for Sunrise

Distance: 7.8 mile Loop | Time: 3– 4 hours | Level: Moderate The Fairyland Loop Trail is a stunning hike that covers nearly 8 miles of Bryce Canyon National Park. The trail consists of magical hoodoos, arches, pine forests, and endless views of the unique beauty the park has to offer. The best part? The trail is practically empty. …

Red hoodoos of Navajo Loop Trail in Bryce Canyon
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How to Hike Navajo Loop and Queen’s Garden Trail in Bryce Canyon

Distance: 3.2 mile Loop | Time: 1.5 – 2.5 hours | Level: Easy – Moderate The Navajo Loop and Queen’s Garden Trail in Bryce Canyon is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful hikes we have ever done. At each turn, you are completely encompassed by vibrant orange hues and towering hoodoos. Bryce Canyon National Park is small, but what …

Landscape picture from the top of Angles Landing, overlooking Zion Canyon
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How to Hike Angels Landing and The Narrows in One Day

Hiking Angels Landing and The Narrows in one day is tough, but doable. Both hikes are must-dos when visiting Zion National Park. Completing both hikes in one day requires an early start, a high level of physical fitness, and pure determination. Ideally, travelers would have an endless amount of time to explore Zion National Park. …