A couple of years ago, my family and I went on road trip that started at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and ended at Arches National in Utah.
I am sure you can imagine what a calming and out-of-this-world experience it would have been; the scenic route changed from coniferous trees and streams to mountains and farmland and ultimately ended in the impactful RED rock of Moab, Utah!
We spent four days in the Arches National Park…I could not get enough of it! I knew that I had to come back to Utah soon to experience more of its natural beauty!
Getting back to the present…we just got back from a roadtrip to Bryce National Park and Zion National Park! I could say that the experience left me speechless…but that would probably contradict the purpose of this blog. 😀
Bryce Canyon National Park
This park is known for its formations referred to as ‘hoodoos’ (also known as tent rock).
A bird’s-eye view of the Canyon.
The “Queen’s Garden”
These unique formations absolutely define this park. After we took a walk down the canyon, we truly had an appreciation of how tall these structures stand. A little ironic considering their beauty is as a result of years of erosion by water!!
Zion National Park
Although it is very hard to compare Bryce Canyon to Zion, I would have to say that Zion had a larger “Wow” factor for me.
When we drove in, the moon was out and the rocks almost seemed like divine beings!
The rocks make a shuttle bus look like a little ant! It truly reminds me of the superiority of nature!
I honestly could have just set up camp there and stared out of the “Weeping Rock” lookout. So serene! It provides an escape from worldly thoughts. It gives one a chance to remember who they are on the inside…outside of their usual title and labels.
In conclusion, I can honestly say,”I left my heart in Utah!”