Posts tagged Utah Adventure Activities
Explore Goblin Valley State Park and Hike to the Goblin's Lair

Goblin Valley State Park in Utah is a place where giant blobs of rock protrude up from the earth’s surface like some strange sci-fi movie. I’m pretty sure we saw a few ETs while we were there! This is a lesser known Utah destination, so you won’t have to deal with any crowds. In this blog post, I’ll show you this strange and beautiful place exploring Goblin’s Overlook and the hike to “Goblin’s Lair.”

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Hike Devil's Garden Loop Trail

Devil’s Garden Loop Trail is the most challenging hike in Arches, but the reward is high! You’ll get to view 7 unique arches along this trail. This is my 2nd favorite hike in the park next to Delicate Arch. The views all along this trail are spectacular, and the adventures you’ll encounter along the way are A+.

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Hike to Delicate Arch, the Largest Freestanding Arch in Arches National Park

Delicate Arch is the largest freestanding Arch in the park and also made “famous” by Utah license plates. This is a popular hike because the Arch itself is so stunning, standing at 52 feet high and miniaturizing anyone who stands near it. This is a must-see if you’re visiting Arches, but it’s a moderately challenging 3 mile hike. If there is one hike you do in Arches, this should be the one!

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Hike the Labyrinth of the Fiery Furnace Trail

The Fiery Furnace in Arches National Park is a burnt orange labyrinth of sandstone canyons that is (very) easy to get lost in. This trail will take you to slot canyons, small coves cut from sandstone, and surprise arches… but you’ll need to explore off trail every now and again to find these hidden gems. There is technically a trail, but the arrows are small brown signs that blend into the canyon, so you have to keep your eyes peeled if you want to eventually escape the maze. In this post, I’ll give you the info you need to hike the Fiery Furnace Trail.

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8 Amazing Hikes in Arches National Park You Won't Want to Miss

Arches National Park is a hiking and mountain biking wonderland in southeast Utah that houses the largest concentration of stone arches in the world. In this post, I’ll give you a list for some great hikes you can do while visiting. This way you can fully immerse yourself in nature, and experience the namesake “arches” that made this stretch of land so special.

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Go Off-roading in Dixie National Forest

Bryce Wildlife Adventure rents atvs just outside of Bryce Canyon. Most companies in Bryce only do guided tours, but we prefer to go at our own pace. We got a quick briefing from the owner and then hit the trails on a 33 mile path through Dixie National Forest.

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Canyoneering in Zion National Park, Utah

A day trip canyoneering with Red Desert Adventure near Zion National Park is full of action and adventure. It’s a truly beautiful swirling surface of rock cut out from the canyon. Canyoneering is traveling in canyons using a variety of techniques like scrambling, climbing, jumping, rappelling, and swimming.

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