Moab, Utah

More in Moab

Lindsey Huster Blog Posts Leave a Comment

I left this day open for us to decide, as a group, what we wanted to do. I had some options in mind and ultimately we decided on hiking to Delicate Arch then visiting Dead Horse State Park before heading back to our house to celebrate Fourth of July! One thing I’ve found very useful in planning is to have …

The Fiery Furnace in Arches National Park

Fiery Furnace Hike

Lindsey Huster Blog Posts Leave a Comment

The Fiery Furnace hike is something very unique in Arches National Park. You must have a self-guided permit or ticket for a ranger led tour to enter this maze of sandstone. Tickets do sell out quickly so you do need to plan ahead for this hike. See the Arches National Park website for specific details. This trail is most often described …

Lexi enjoying the outdoors

More Exploring in Red Canyon

Lindsey Huster Blog Posts Leave a Comment

It was nearing the end of our trip and we wanted to get Lexi out for another hike. There was still a short hike at Red Canyon that we hadn’t done so this was the perfect activity.  Lexi had hiked with us previously in Red Canyon and enjoyed it so much that this was a no brainer.  Check out the …

Riggs Spring Loop Trail

Riggs Spring Loop Trail

Lindsey Huster Blog Posts Leave a Comment

The Riggs Spring Loop Trail would be the last big hike we would do at Bryce Canyon National Park, at least for this trip! This loop trail is 8.5 miles with a 2248 feet elevation gain. The combination of distance and elevation gain would mean a much harder hike for me and we’d be in bear country so I wasn’t …