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Bringing enough water on Utah hikes?

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Hi all- My 9 yr. old child and I are visiting the national parks of southern Utah from Aug. 5-15th. Everyone says to bring lots of water while hiking, I have heard about 1 gallon each/day. I am curious about the best method to do this: should we bring a bunch of 32 oz. water bottles in our back pack? Do I need to buy a Camelpak water carrier? Other ideas?

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