Losee Canyon Hike

Losee Canyon Hike

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The Losee Canyon Trail is located about 20 miles from the Hitch-n-Post Campground and is in the Dixie National Forest. This out and back trail is 6 miles with an elevation gain of 550 feet. It’s rated at moderate. The trailhead is easy to find and well marked. There is a toilet at the trailhead, but on the day we …

Cedar Breaks National Monument

Cedar Breaks National Monument

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Cedar Breaks National Monument is located about 45 minutes from where we were staying in Panguitch and there was a hike in the area we wanted to do. Keith and I had actually been to nearby Brian Head Ski Resort in March 2017 and got a peak at the amphitheater.  Since we were close by, we decided to plan an …

Red Canyon, Utah - hiking

Hiking with Lexi in Red Canyon

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It was a Saturday and normally we plan full days out on the weekend, but Keith and I decided Lexi needed some attention… plus I was worn out from a 20 mile bike ride the night before! We had biked in Red Canyon earlier in the trip and had decided to ride another section of the shared use path all …

Fairyland Hike at Bryce Canyon National Park

Fairyland Loop Hike

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We hiked the Figure 8 Combination  the day before and chose the Fairyland Loop next. The hike is 8 miles with a 1716 foot elevation gain. The park guide suggests it’s a 4-5 hour hike and rates it as strenuous. On this hike you will see the Chinese Wall, Tower Bridge and tall hoodoos. This trail is typically less crowded …

Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah

Figure 8 Combination Hike: Our First Hike in Bryce Canyon

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Bryce Canyon National Park is located in southwestern Utah and encompasses over 35,000 acres. It is actually not a canyon, but a giant group of natural amphitheaters. Geological features called hoodoos are what make this park so special. The hoodoos are odd-shaped pillars of rock formed by erosion. Hoodoos can be found on every continent, but Bryce Canyon has the …

Kodachrome Basin State Park

Panorama Trail at Kodachrome Basin State Park

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Our evening at Kodachrome was so impressive that Keith and I rushed back for more!  Read our previous post, Kodachrome Basin State Park, for more information. The views are beyond gorgeous and we felt like we found a real hidden gem.  Immediately we knew we wanted to explore more of this park.  Lexi was worn out from being with us the …

Kodachrome Basin State Park

Kodachrome Basin State Park

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Kodachrome Basin State Park is located 12 miles south of Highway 12 and 20 miles southeast of Bryce Canyon National Park. If you are visiting Bryce I highly recommend visiting this park and nearby Grosvenor Arch. Kodachrome features nearly 70 monolithic spires, ranging from 6 – 170 feet in height. From the park guide, “Kodachrome Basin is a spectacle of …