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Travel: Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
By Robert Ellis
In many ways Capitol Reef has that Zion National Park look and feel to it. While less popular, it is unique in its own way. I personally rate it very high and most definitely worth the time and effort to visit. In the heart of the park there's a 200 acre farm/orchard and buildings left over from early Mormon settlers.
Along with this, there's hiking trails, the popular Hickman Bridge Arch and a slot canyon you can travel through with your car. At the end of the drive when you can't go any further by vehicle, you can continue hiking the canyon for miles on foot.
Portions of Capitol Reef hosts the ever popular Burr and Cathedral Loop trails. Higher clearance, four wheel drive (or AWD) vehicles are highly recommended if you want to experience these two adventure trails.
Note: We'll be posting photos from Robert's latest trip over the couple of days. Bookmark this page for more photos, and links to the other installments. --Pen
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Robert's previous trip out West:
You can purchase prints of Robert's photos, plus his unique wood cutting boards and related wares at his online store: foodiebords.etsy.com.
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