Sunday, August 23, 2020

Hiking to See the Rock Formations

The landscapes and geology of Utah are spectacular.  We first discovered that in 2003 on our first long RV trip after retirement.  We have returned this summer for another extensive look.  Many people take  in the views from a jeep.  We are doing our sightseeing by hiking.


 This is the view driving up to the office at our RV park in Moab.
This grass is used for landscaping some of the RV sites.
Our first hike was through Park Avenue in Arches National Park. The cliffs on either side dwarf human hikers. The rock colors range from yellow to dark red.
This is a window in the rock wall.  Given a few decades more, the rock above may break away and this will become an arch.  It is the only place we have seen an arch.


  1. That is definitely scenery we could live with. Great pictures.
    Be Safe and Enjoy!

    It's about time.

  2. That’s why we return to this part of the country.