This story is a few images from some of my favourite spots I came across while road-tripping through the beautiful state of Utah in the winter.
After picking up our giant green camper in LA we tackled the crazy traffic and the driving on the wrong side on the road #worstdayever 🤭 and headed directly to Zion NP
Zion was amazing, we didn’t have much time here but made the most of it, we took a walk up to the weeping rock and big bend before the weather turned bad and we had to leave, what we do see though was amazing.
Next stop is Bryce Canyon NP
Bryce Canyon is mind blowing beautiful. This is shot if looking out over what is know as the amphitheater.
This is the most amazing place to go hiking. Red-orange coloured sandstone, green pine trees, fresh snow & that blue sky....😍
After we spend a couple days hiking in the canyons and playing in the snow 🤭 we jumped in our camper and headed for Moab so we could check our Arches National Park & Canyonlands National Park.
Arches NP is north of Moab and is home to over 2000 natural stone arches, this was my favourite place in Utah.
How’s that view of La Sal mountains 😍
Do you see the shape of a sheep?
Canyonlands National Park
Last place we visited was Canyonlands which is the largest NP in Utah. We visited the park in mid February - it was the best time, we were the only 2 people watching the sunset over this amazing place.
That’s the mighty Colorado River snaking through the canyon.
If you ever get a chance to visit Utah make sure you go to these amazing place, I promise you’ll love it.