United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 Would appreciate help choosing NYC hotel for Aug/Sept visit.
  2. 2 San Francisco to Monterey Bay Time?
  3. 3 Discounted Rental Car?
  4. 4 Cape Cod in September with toddler
  5. 5 Trip Report BYOB in New York City
  6. 6 1st Visit to USA with kids in Jul-Aug, SFO,LA,SD & LAS - 21 days. Need Help
  7. 7 Alaska cruise round trip from Seattle - need a passport?
  8. 8 Inexpensive family getaways
  9. 9 Advice Road trip 15 days California Grand Canyon
  10. 10 2-day pass through trip in Glacier & Waterton National Park
  11. 11 Best City/Place to stopover between Seattle & San Francisco
  12. 12 Last minute: late lunch near Neue Gallerie?
  13. 13 Plymouth or Cape Code/NEED help
  14. 14 New York best app
  15. 15 Colorado Winter Wedding Venue
  16. 16 A day at Franconia Notch State Park and White Mountain National Forest
  17. 17 San Francisco to Indianapolis road trip with young kids
  18. 18 Rocky Mountain National Park early June
  19. 19 Hawaii Cruise
  20. 20 Help Flying to Portland, Maine
  21. 21 Seattle, Portand, Hood River with kids- short notice
  22. 22 kauai
  23. 23 Trip Report new england - a deer, a moose and a black bear too
  24. 24 Trip Report San Fran & Napa 5/20/2016 - 5/25/2016
  25. 25 Which Island for a 3 week base over Christmas New Year?
View next 25 » Back to the top

Trip Report Central Utah trip report

Jump to last reply

http://www.photoworks.com/photo-sharing/shareSigninBook.jsp?shareCode=A6941E2C94D&cp=ems_shr_alb_emb&cb=PW

Click on above for pictures and descriptions

2.5 days-31 hiking miles-5000+ feet elevation gain/loss

Capitol Reef is probably my least favorite Utah NP to visit so far(haven't been to Bryce yet). However, definately was a nice spot with good fall folliage. Goblin Valley was fun place. Little Wildhorse Canyon was good. Great Gallery in Canyonlands was a lot tougher than I expected. I took my neighbor with me on this trip. This was my first NP trip without my wife or daughter. Was able to hike longer trails, but will probably never go again without them.

16 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement