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Old 05-19-2010, 12:59 PM   #1
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SW Utah National Parks

Just came back for four days at Zion NP, four days at Bryce Canyon NP and four days at Capitol Reef NP. Hiked and trailed every day.
Easy move from one park to the next. Unbelievable scenery at all times.
Kind of feel sorry for people whose camping consist of driving I-95 from New England to Florida.

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Did you hike the Narrows? We will be at Zion in July and that hike is on our list.

Not sure if we will just do the up-and-back route or get dropped off at the top and hike the 12 hours back.

I-95 doesn't have scenery? What about South of the Border?
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Old 05-19-2010, 01:59 PM   #3
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Going that way in July. Can you share some of your routes and places to stay?
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ditto that thought sip had....more details for those of us planning; next summer for us
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Bryce Canyon remains one of our all time favorite spots.
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I agree, Interstates are the quickest and dullest way to get someplace else, nothing else.
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Howdy!

We're also visiting Utah's National parks just outside of Zion now and we were at Bryce Canyon last week. One of the great one's you left off your list is Arches National Park. So for it was our favorite plus you're near Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point, both worth seeing. Moab is a very neat place, We were going to stay a week and stayed for two.

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Just watch out for the "no see ums" in Canyonlands.
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