Peek-A-Boo and Spooky Slot Canyons | Camping in Grand Staircase – Escalante

The number one bucket list item Kenon and I have had since moving out to Utah is visiting some slot canyons in Grand Staircase - Escalante. It is like a right of passage in Utah. We get asked all the time, “Have you been through Peek-a-boo and Spooky in Escalante?” We have seen so many... Continue Reading →

Neon Canyon – Grand Staircase – Escalante

Neon Canyon is an amazing technical canyon in southern Utah that ends in the iconic Golden Cathedral. It is a great day trip that requires multiple rappels. This is not a technical guide to Neon Canyon. Click here for a technical guide. This focuses on the tips we learned from our experience with Neon Canyon. ... Continue Reading →

Zion National Park – Weekend Trip

While it is a difficult and ever-changing perspective to name just one favorite national park, Zion National Park is what I tell people is my favorite when pressed. It is stunning, unique, and we have been so many times it feels like an extension of home. It is our favorite place to take visitors to... Continue Reading →

Wasatch Mountain Range of Utah

When Kenon and I first moved to Utah people thought we were traveling ALL THE TIME because we would post photos of us in the mountains ALL THE TIME. However, this was not the case. We have mountain access just moments away from our front door. The Wasatch Range provides endless recreation opportunities year-round. The... Continue Reading →

Cherry Peak Ski Resort in Utah

At the beginning of March Kenon and I headed up to Cache Valley in Utah to check out Cherry Peak Ski Resort. Cherry Peak is Utah’s newest ski resort and has been open since the 2015/2016 ski season. This ski resort is located not too far from Logan and has incredibly affordable prices.  Cherry Peak... Continue Reading →

Utah Mountain Adventures

At the start of the ski season, Kenon and I took an Avalanche Awareness Level 1 course through Utah Mountain Adventures. Utah Mountain Adventures offers a variety of courses and guided tours that keep you safe in the backcountry.  Utah Mountain Adventures has multiple Level 1 sessions to serve different schedules. When we went it... Continue Reading →

Camping in Sand Hollow State Park, Utah

Sand Hollow State Park is a red sand paradise surrounding a brilliantly blue reservoir near St. George, Utah. Recreation possibilities include, but are not limited to, swimming, cliff-jumping, paddleboarding, and dirtbiking. Add to this sunset watching, stargazing, bonfire-ing, and s’mores eating and you have a recipe for a perfect weekend!  Camping in Sand Hollow is... Continue Reading →

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