Author: Stephanie Yarbrough

Hiking Angel’s Landing Zion National Park

Hiking Angel’s Landing in Zion National Park was highly recommended to us by locals as well as reviewers online.  When we arrived in Zion National Park, we were apprehensive about the amount of people, as per the usual with national parks.  However, we were excited to see the beautiful park and hike some trails! How Difficult Is Hiking Angel’s Landing? This is definitely a strenuous trail.  At about 5 miles out and back, you are hiking around 1500 feet of elevation over 2.5 miles, which is pretty steep.  The first mile is on a paved sidewalk, although it is...

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Alaska or BUST!

Alaska or BUST! As many of you know, we are making our way up to Alaska this summer. We have both always wanted to visit Alaska, and now is the perfect time! Our original plan was to go out to California and then head up the west coast. However, as we got further into our planning, we realized that we would be rushing though the west coast in order to make it to Alaska on schedule. And since the west coast is too gorgeous to rush through, we quickly nixed that idea. So after much deliberation (okay, not really...

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Boondocking Near Bryce Canyon National Park

Boondocking Near Bryce Canyon National Park: Coordinates: 37.658126, -112.167872 Main Attraction: Incredibly close proximity to Bryce Canyon National Park. Boondocking Near Bryce Canyon We were a bit worried about finding a good campsite for boondocking near Bryce Canyon National Park because there was not much in the way of BLM land surrounding the park.  We got onto our go-to website, freecampsites.net, to see what the area had to offer.  We were surprised that there were actually several dispersed campsites around Bryce Canyon National Park that were located in National Forest land.   We found a pretty stellar campsite! Make the most...

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Fairyland Loop in Bryce Canyon National Park

  We arrived near Bryce Canyon National Park about halfway into National Park Week, and we were excited to get into the park and see what all it had to offer!  After scouting some hikes out the day we came in, we decided on a more strenuous hike then we had been doing the last few weeks.  Fairyland Loop is an 8.1-mile loop trail inside Bryce Canyon National Park.  We decided on this trail and prepared to head out first thing in the morning. Why Did We Choose the Fairyland Loop Trail? We decided on the Fairyland Loop Trail...

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Boondocking in Escalante Utah

  We haven’t shared every single boondocking campsite that we have stayed at on this trip, simply because some of them are really not worth sharing.  Those are the ones we typically only stay at for a night before moving to something better.  On our drive through from Capitol Reef National Park toward Bryce Canyon National Park, we stopped about halfway in a town called Escalante.  We stayed inside the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument on BLM land.  It was a great campsite for boondocking in Escalante Utah! Where Is This Boondocking Campsite in Escalante? There are actually several dispersed...

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