Travel Blogs from Canyonlands National Park, United States

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Canyonlands, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Canyonlands

A travel blog entry by tds

Canyonlands ...

Moab Day 2 in Canyonlands, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Moab Day 2 in Canyonlands

A travel blog entry by john_chris

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Second full day in Moab and we decided to spend today at part of Canyonlands National Park, a drive of around 30 miles. This area is a huge uplifted Plateau, called the Island in the Sky, that has been eroded by the Colorado and Green Rivers. The area is ...

Tackling the road at Teapot Rocks, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Tackling the road at Teapot Rocks

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

... October through April)" A book I have, which I read after driving into the Maze, says, "The Maze district of Canyonlands National Park is arguably one of the most remote areas in the continental United States and visiting it requires careful planning and ...

A Day for Hiking the Canyons, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

A Day for Hiking the Canyons

A travel blog entry by sergio_i

Hiking and hydrating. Concluded a day with a nice grilled ribeye and tater ...

Da' zijn lulletjes geen Needles he maat, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Da' zijn lulletjes geen Needles he maat

A travel blog entry by ahevesi

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Ezek nem is tuk hanem futyik! Pokolian szep napfelkelte,tokeletes nyugi cigi,kave. Nem a futyik iranyaba indulunk hanem Colorado Confluence-hez ahol a  Green River es Colorado osszefolyik.Elvileg jol latszik a ket folyo szinenek kulonbsege ...

The colors just blow my mind, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

The colors just blow my mind

A travel blog entry by sheflysx

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This is our second day in Moab, Utah and the plan for this day was to visit Canyonlands National Park. We left the hotel at 8:30 and 72 degrees.  The park is about a half hour away, so we were there around 9 AM.   The drive to the park was ...

Chesler Park Hike, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Chesler Park Hike

A travel blog entry by bobofinn

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Starting off from the Elephant Hill parking area we made a wonderful 11 mile hike in the Needles District of the Canyonlands National Park in Utah. Initially we had planned on making the Chesler Park Viewpoint our turning point, but a combination of ...

In the Land of Canyons, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

In the Land of Canyons

A travel blog entry by eastcoastrod

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Rising at the crack of dawn, I made my way the next morning to Canyonlands National Park. There are 2 main sections where you can drive to, and I headed first for the Island in the Sky section. It was another gorgeous morning, and my first stop was Mesa ...

The Maze District of Canyonlands National Park, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

The Maze District of Canyonlands National Park

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

... formation. I took a few pictures and spent a little time there but I didn't wander around much. A lot of the soil in Canyonlands is what is known as cryptobiotic soil, a biological soil crust that is a living groundcover that takes decades to form and ...

Collection of Canyons, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Collection of Canyons

A travel blog entry by farnie10

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Hi guys, Unfortunately I'm really not getting much time for blog writing, so I thought I would just keep the photos coming instead... If we're all honest, that's the interesting part anyway...right? ;-) Enjoy [3,180 miles on the road]   ...

Canyonlands, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Canyonlands

A travel blog entry by ajajirka

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... v Moabu jsme stravili prochazenim kramku se suvenyry, jak jinak :) Jakmile se pocasi trochu umoudrilo, vyrazili dobyt dalsi park, tentokrat to byl nedaleky Canyonlands. Ten se deli na tri casti – The Maze (bludiste), The Needles (jehly) a Islands ...

Day One - Out Toward Utah, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Day One - Out Toward Utah

A travel blog entry by matthewd

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... and from there 191 North a few miles to the intersection of the 211 west, at which point there is a sign inviting you into Canyonlands National Park, so I decided then and there to take it. I had thought I'd shoot for Moab, UT this first day, but that was ...

Apr 24, 2012, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Apr 24, 2012

A travel blog entry by leiris

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Confluence Overlook, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Confluence Overlook

A travel blog entry by 78ers

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... so I'm just going to put them up without a story so that I can (try to!) catch up.  This was another hike in the Needles part of Canyonlands.  You really can't go wrong in the Needles, I don't think we've been disappointed with a hike there ...

Kimerultseg, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Kimerultseg

A travel blog entry by ahevesi

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5 kor kelek hogy idoben legyunk a napfelkeltehez Mesa Arch-nal. Kave,cigi,gyerek tura cucc elokeszitese ( cumis uvegek,viz,papi), gyerek reggeli, pelenkazas,oltoztetes szendvicsek elkeszitese,viz,pakolas baaaah Mesa Arch-nal tomeg de jo a hangulat, ...

Canyonlands Needle District, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Canyonlands Needle District

A travel blog entry by techhobo

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On my way back to Texas.. I detoured to the remote Needles District of Canyonlands. It's about 90 miles drive south of Moab. ...

Float Trip, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Float Trip

A travel blog entry by pjordan

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Canyonlands National Park (Needles District), Canyonlands National Park (Needles), United States travel blog

Canyonlands National Park (Needles District)

A travel blog entry by nicholastjs

coming ...

Fact: Hideout Of Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch Gang, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Fact: Hideout Of Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch Gang

A travel blog entry by pjordan

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Canyonland in the rain, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Canyonland in the rain

A travel blog entry by theheasleys

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... with 21 campsites.  We got to Dead Horse about ten the morning and there were only 2 sites.  There were none at the national park. Canyonland is just one canyon after another.  As far as you can see, and that is a long ways, there are just ...

Canyonlands and smaller arches, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Canyonlands and smaller arches

A travel blog entry by ruthii

... breakfast was over, and we had made our packed lunches to enjoy at a scenic spot later, we hit the van and set off for the Canyonlands. We decided to explore the Islands in the Sky area of the park which was one of the easiest areas to drive to. Our first ...

Canyon Land, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Canyon Land

A travel blog entry by katrin.renneke

Awesome!! ...

Overhangs and PBJ's, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Overhangs and PBJ's

A travel blog entry by woollyman

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... "The Sentinel." We packed all of the rappelling/canyoneering gear in the van, slapped together some PBJ's and headed toward Canyonlands near Moab, Utah. The orchards disappeared and we were headed into the red rocks along the Colorado River under the ...

Horseshoe Canyon, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Horseshoe Canyon

A travel blog entry by crisguidi

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... about 30 feet up the wall...both protecting them from vandal graffiti and indicating the riverbed height several thousand years ago. The Park Service put a tiny fence around these walls to protect them further. The vehicle trek to the trailhead is over ...

Le spectacle grandiose de Canyonlands, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Le spectacle grandiose de Canyonlands

A travel blog entry by gerard.clement

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Vendredi 17 Juin, Canyonlands National Park Les bonnes habitudes commencent à rentrer, breakfast a 7H, préparation des sandwichs a 7H30, départ a 8H, heureusement Matthieu notre guide va beaucoup mieux. Il fait un temps frisquet et maussade, tout le ...

Lost Canyon, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Lost Canyon

A travel blog entry by 78ers

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Still trying to catch up.  This was a beautiful hike in the Needles part of Canyonlands.  We definitely recommend the Needles- WAY less crowded than the Island in the Sky part, and SO ...

Tape Gloves and Sneaky Solo Trips, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Tape Gloves and Sneaky Solo Trips

A travel blog entry by benandlindsey

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... to get sneaky with it and give each other a break from one another by taking a non-permitted solo overnight bivvy into Canyonlands. We parked at Squaw trailhead, jotted our planned itineraries and slotted them, unseen by the other party, in the van in ...

CANYONLANDS, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

CANYONLANDS

A travel blog entry by dee4diesel

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... out of the canyons - it’d sure improve my photos.     Then it was off to Canyonlands, to a section of the park that sits atop a massive 1500ft mesa, literally an Island in the Sky. Towering red sandstone monoliths standing sentinel ...

Canyonlands National Park, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Canyonlands National Park

A travel blog entry by greg-wendy

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... took off for CanyonlandsCanyonlands is the location where Thelma and Louise's famous launch over the cliff was filmed.  Canyonlands is similar to Bryce Canyon where all views are looking down.  A short hike brought us to Mesa Arch, ...

Island in the Sky, Canyonlands National Park, United States travel blog

Island in the Sky

A travel blog entry by catndeano

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... during our visit, to stop at almost all overlooks and pull outs and we also squeezed in a couple of short walks as well. Canyonland National Park is split into four main sections and we had chosen to visit only one - Islands in the Sky. This was amazing. ...

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