Broken Bow Arch
Bryce Canyon At Sunrise
Cottonwood Canyon Road
Dry Forks Narrows
The Bentonite Hills
Spooky Slot Canyon
Hiking Through The Waterpocket Fold
Sunset In Capitol Reef
Life In The Crystals
Little Wild Horse Canyon
Little Wild Horse Canyon
Castle Rock at Sunset
Mossy Cave Brook
The San Rafael Swell
Chimney Rock Canyon
Storm Over The Waterpocket Fold
Storm On The Knobs
Devil's GardenAlong Hole In The Rock Road in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument sits a windswept garden of rock sculptures.
ButteNorth of Hanksville there is a series of butte-iful rock features.
Broken Bow ArchThis arch of sandstone sits at the end of Willow Creek nearly fifty miles down Hole In The Rock Road from Escalante.
Bryce Canyon At SunriseThe sun rises over Bryce Canyon.
Bryce CanyonWatch that first step...it's a doozy!!!!
Bryce CanyonA wild landscape that sits at the top of the Grand Staircase, the youngest rock in this massive geological feature that starts at Lake Powell.
Cathedral ValleyThis picturesque valley lined with fins of Entrada sandstone sits on the north side of Capitol Reef National Park.
Capitol ReefTaken from Sunset Point in the park. My father and I hiked along the edge of that butte in the background, high up and isolated from the rest of the world.
Cottonwood Canyon RoadThe most interesting section of this dirt road that heads north west of Page and ends up in Kodakchrome State Park.
Dry Forks NarrowsThe longest and largest slot canyon in the Dry Forks of the Coyote Gulch in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
Dust StormThe wind kicks up sand and dust from the desert floor near Caineville.
Golden ThroneThis knob of Navajo sandstone is one of many that sit atop the Waterpocket Fold in Capitol Reef National Park.
Gypsum SinkholeWater dissolved away the gypsum underground to cause this almost-200-foot deep sinkhole in Cathedral Valley.
The Bentonite HillsHills of swirling multicolored clay surround the south portion of Hartnet Road out of Caineville headed for Cathedral Valley.
Spooky Slot CanyonNot too far past this point this gorgeous slot canyon narrows to under 1 foot in width, making passage impossible for the more portly among us, myself included. You need to pull on your skinny jeans to attempt this one.
Hiking Through The Waterpocket FoldThe trails are rugged, grueling and pitched high in Capitol Reef. This is the Golden Throne trail.
Sunset In Capitol ReefAt, surprise, surprise, Sunset Point!
Life In The CrystalsA giant mound of enormous gypsum crystals sits in Cathedral Valley.
Little Wild Horse CanyonSitting on Little Wild Horse Road is this gorgeous slot canyon. Easy to access, with several sets of narrows, this canyon can be done in-and-back or paired with Behind-The Reef Road and Bell Canyon to make a day trip loop.
Little Wild Horse CanyonWaves in the rock carved by water coursing off the San Rafael Swell.
Red CanyonSituated down the road from Bryce Canyon, this little park is worth the hike time.
Metate ArchThis fine arch calls Devil's Garden its home.
Castle Rock at SunsetThe pinnacle formation at center left casts its shadow on the butte cliff face to its right.
Mossy Cave BrookAt the bottom of Bryce Canyon is where this little gem sits.
Mount Nebo North of I-70 the terrain drastically changes. Nebo Mountain is just east of Orem.
Pectol's PyramidA peak on top of the Waterpocket Fold in Capitol Reef.
Peek-A-Boo CanyonThis gorgeous slot canyon in the Dry Forks area of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is riddled with little arches to navigate through.
The San Rafael SwellMonsoon season comes to Utah.
Skutumpah RoadThis rough track goes south out of Kodakchrome State Park.
Cathedral ValleyGorgeous fins of Entrada Sandstone.
Chimney Rock CanyonThis long canyon cuts through the spine of Capitol Reef.
Storm Over The Waterpocket FoldThe monsoon brings gorgeous storms to the desert.
Storm On The KnobsMy dad and I got caught in a thunderstorm hiking down off the Navajo Knobs trail in Capitol Reef.
Strike ValleyThe eastern edge of the Warterpocket Fold, looking north.
Sulphur CreekCarves a canyon in Capitol Reef National Park.
Desert FloraTaken on a trail at Goblin Valley.
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