Lisa Falls is a neat falls flowing over slickrock towering well over 30 feet tall! It feautres spectacular views of Little Cottonwood Canyon, and is also a common slab for rock climbing. The trail itself is short: 0.3 miles as reported on AllTrails, and approximately 100 feet of elevation change. This is a very short … Continue reading Lisa Falls in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah
Zion National Park is one of the most gorgeous parks in the National Parks System. The park lives up to its name, with towering cliffs overhead wherever you go. Trees and plants grow straight out of the rocks, and sweeping views of the canyon are abundant at every point in the scenic drive. There's birds … Continue reading Zion National Park, Zion Canyon: What You Need To Know Before Visiting!
Mormon Row is a pretty good view point. If you're planning a trip to Grand Teton National Park, you've likely seen some pretty pictures of this place, and one of them may look something like this: It's a pretty neat spot, and it offers some incredible views of the Tetons. You can walk around the … Continue reading Grand Teton National Park: Mormon Row Cabin Review
It's nice being so close to so many U.S. National Parks... I don't think I realized it at first, but moving out to Utah was one of the best decisions I ever made. I mean, within about 5-6 hours of me is Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National … Continue reading One Year Living in Utah
It's a pretty long trail. Over 100 miles long to this date (with plans to make it 150 miles or longer), it's pretty extensive. It ranges (and hopes to be extended) from Logan to Provo; yeah, it covers some ground! I've hiked parts of it here and there, but for the most part, the Salt … Continue reading Hiking the Bonneville Shoreline Trail in Utah