Anyone planning to visit the USA will likely share the same itinerary: Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New Orleans, New York, then perhaps Boston and/or Chicago if they have time. The thing is, there are so many incredible places to see outside of these major cities. Places that are missed, and often sadly not even considered. […]Read more "Ogden"
We arrived at our campsite near Arches mid-afternoon, which unluckily for us was the hottest part of the day. Desperate to find some shade we drove further into BLM land, finally finding a small tree to provide a cool haven away from the day’s blazing sun. We had a much needed spray-bottle shower, a few […]Read more "Arches National Park, Deadhorse State Park & Canyonlands National Park"
As we drove down the long road leading into Capitol Reef we realised it wasn’t as big as the other national parks we’d been to but still very beautiful. You’re surrounded by these stunning red rock formations but in the middle of it all you have what seems like a small oasis, full of fruit […]Read more "Capitol Reef National Park"
We had the most scenic drive coming from Zion through to Bryce. Weaving through the beautiful canyons of Zion and out onto the highway, we arrived at our dispersed (another word for free) campsite in just over an hour. After a couple of days hiking with no shower we were super keen to get ourselves […]Read more "Bryce Canyon National Park"
As we drove down the dusty red track of our first campsite since hitting Utah, the clouds started to roll in and a crack of lightning struck in the distance. Although a little annoying that we had to box ourselves in after the drive instead of stretching our legs, the rain was a cooling change […]Read more "Zion National Park"