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Murphy Range

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  • Day15


    September 14, 2019 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 28 °C

    Went early in the morning to Canyonlands, so the temperature was not too bad. Did a really nice hike on top of a hill, where there were some old granaries. Really cool to find some archeological stuff in the middle of a dessert.Read more

  • Day7

    Canyonsland Nationalpark

    July 11, 2019 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 30 °C

    Geile Natur wunderschöner Nationalpark.
    Was man noch machen muss mit Jeep richtig Offroad durch den Canyon oder den Rim entlang. Vielleicht beim nächsten mal 😁

  • Day149

    I Want To Ride Those Dead Horses

    October 12, 2016 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C

    Ticking off #4 of the 'Mighty 5' of Utah's National Parks, we hit up Canyonlands. All the parks are significantly different and you enter this one via a narrow neck with drop offs of several thousand feet on each side. We explored the mesa top, or more accurately the edges of the mesa, with the Colorado and Green Rivers gouging the surrounding earth in the most amazing ways. At times the loops of the river only leaves high walls a few feet thick whilst it loops around a mile or so, and eventually leaves long stagnant trenches behind.

    We camped just outside the park looking over miles and miles of dissected dirt, and in the morning rolled down the hill to Dead Horse State Park. It's got exactly the same views, albeit from the opposite vantage point, and in many ways was more impressive. The best thing was the miles of mountain bikes trails, which would never be allowed in a NP. Despite only having a crappy old hybrid I couldn't resist, and I battered the hell out of myself and my bike! Jo faired much better on her full suspension mountain bike, but despite the bruised and blistered hands/arse I couldn't resist going and hitting the hardest tracks in the afternoon. I managed to mangle my back wheel pretty badly and had to walk the last couple of miles back.

    In desperate need of a hot shower we headed into Moab and found it was only a few more bucks to park up at the hostel which was in walking distance to the local brewery, so it was a bit of a no brainer!

    The next day we took it very easy and enjoyed the rare wifi to catch up on long overdue admin and running errands around town. We headed to a free camp spot just out of town, which was fine except for the fact it was so sandy and dusty we couldn't even open the top vent of the van.
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  • Day10


    June 26, 2016 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 36 °C

    Drove up a series of winding roads to the mesa top. Short video, handful of exhibits, demonstration of animal skulls, and rented audio CD for the canyon drive.

    Nice breeze as we hiked out to Mesa Arch (yes, another cool rock arch). Enjoyed a number of overlooks. Kids notched Junior Ranger badge #5! They're having fun with it and it really works when we need to keep them on trails or not climbing rocks! ;-)

    Looking forward to two days with a lot less hiking!

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  • Day21


    January 7, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 3 °C

    Today we went to Canyonlands. We went to Mesa Arch, Dead Horse Point, Upheaval Dome, Grand View Point and Green River Overlook. My favorite part about today was the awesome rock climbing at Mesa Arch.

  • Day4

    Canyonlands National Park

    March 12, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 12 °C

    Addison's best planning mistake landed us in the Needles vs. Islands in the Sky section of Canyonlands. The "A" crew took an 11 mile quick paces hike to the Devils Kitchen and the B crew took a leisurely 6 mile hike to Chesler Park. It The weather was perfect and the scenery was an intreguing blend of magnificent needle rock formations along a backdrop of vast colorful mountains, canyons, and valleys.Read more

  • Day2

    Canyonlands National Park, UT

    November 8, 2015 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 8 °C

    Canyonlands preserves a wilderness of rock at the heart of Colorado plateau, divided by the Colorado and Green Rivers. Water and gravity, this land's prime architect, cut flat layers of sedimentary rock into hundreds of canyons, mesas, buttes, fins, arches and spires.Read more

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