Tag Archives: desert
Here’s a short video of our recent hiking trip to the San Rafael Swell in central Utah. Read the blog posts about our trip here, here, here, and here
The last full day of our trip to the San Rafael Swell left us scratching our heads trying to decide where to go to do some exploring. Most of the possibilities involved lots of drive time to the trail head. … Continue reading
Today we’re exploring the isolated and seldom visited Devils Canyon. Getting there required a long, roundabout drive from our camp heading east to the nearest I-70 on-ramp, and then back west on the highway for 15 miles to the next … Continue reading
Another day, another exploring decision to make. Our camp is close to the Swasey Cabin trail head that leads into Eagle Canyon, so we decided to take our time getting out of bed and hitting the road. The weather was … Continue reading
My brother Vince, our friend Larry, and I like to get together every couple of years or so to do a “boys” trip to the Utah desert country for a camping/hiking trip. Having just moved to Carbondale, Colorado from the … Continue reading
Whizzing along Interstate 70 east of Green River, Utah, you’ll pass a rather nondescript off-ramp for the tiny town of Thompson. Doesn’t look like much, but if you take a few hours of your time to pull off the highway … Continue reading
Here’s a video of our wanderings in the South Coyote Buttes Also, please read our blog about our hike in South Coyote Buttes.