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SPRING BREAK TRAVEL VLOG: Utah Roadtrip (Arches, Monument Valley, Moab, John Wayne!)

took a little trip out West, explored western Colorado all the way to SW Utah! Arches, Moab, Monument Valley, etc.) come explore with me!

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When is the best time ⏰ to visit Moab & Arches National Park? When the weather is “crisp” and there are no crowds. We had no idea what to expect when visiting Moab, Utah. We’ve really only heard about it for Mountain Biking and off road driving. We were blown away with the hiking, open blue skies, red rock and breath-taking views.

We teamed up with KYD Subscriber Micah who is a professional hiking guide with High and Mighty Hikes. He guided us through the Fiery Furnace, Landscape Arch, the North & Window Arch, Landmark Arch, Mesa Arch, Canyonlands and Dead Horse State Park. It’s almost comical to write this as it would not have been possible without being with an expert.

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Travel guide to Canyonlands National Park & Arches National Parks near Moab, Utah. On this video, we show you the highlights of our visit to Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. These two stunning parks are located in Moab, Utah and very close to each other. Make sure you allocate plenty of time to see both!

Places featured in this video:

- Grand View Point
- Buck Canyon Overlook
- Green River Overlook
- Crater Overlooks
- Mesa Arch

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- Balanced Rock
- Double Arch Trail
- Windows Trail
- Sand Dune & Broken Arch Trail

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Arches National Park | The Best Hikes & Viewpoints | Utah Travel Vlog

Utah Travel Vlog - Arches National Park Utah in winter was a new experience for The Travels Of Z team. Areches National Park hike are pretty popular and we stopped at the popular viewpoints and hiked Delicate Arch, Turret Arch, Double Arch, The Windows, Balanced Rock etc. If you are looking for things to do in Utah or things to do in Moab, Arches National Park is a good option, year around.






Arches National Park is a United States National Park in eastern Utah. The park is adjacent to the Colorado River, 4 miles (6 km) north of Moab, Utah. It is home to over 2,000 natural sandstone arches, including the world-famous Delicate Arch, in addition to a variety of unique geological resources and formations. It contains the highest density of natural arches in the world. The park consists of 76,679 acres (119.811 sq mi; 31,031 ha; 310.31 km2) of high desert located in the Colorado Plateau. Its highest elevation is 5,653 feet (1,723 m) at Elephant Butte, and its lowest elevation is 4,085 feet (1,245 m) at the visitor center. Forty-three arches are known to have collapsed since 1977. The park receives on average 10 inches (250 mm) of rain a year. Administered by the National Park Service, the area was originally named a National Monument on April 12, 1929. It was redesignated as a National Park on November 12, 1971.
Humans have occupied the region since the last ice age 10,000 years ago. Fremont people and Ancient Pueblo People lived in the area up until about 700 years ago. Spanish missionaries encountered Ute and Paiute tribes in the area when they first came through in 1775, but the first European-Americans to attempt settlement in the area were the Mormon Elk Mountain Mission in 1855, who soon abandoned the area. Ranchers, farmers, and prospectors later settled Moab in the neighboring Riverine Valley in the 1880s. Word of the beauty of the surrounding rock formations spread beyond the settlement as a possible tourist destination.
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The Arches area was first brought to the attention of the National Park Service by Frank A. Wadleigh, passenger traffic manager of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. Wadleigh, accompanied by railroad photographer George L. Beam, visited the area in September 1923 at the invitation of Alexander Ringhoffer, a Hungarian-born prospector living in Salt Valley. Ringhoffer had written to the railroad in an effort to interest them in the tourist potential of a scenic area he had discovered the previous year with his two sons and a son-in-law, which he called the Devil's Garden (known today as the Klondike Bluffs). Wadleigh was impressed by what Ringhoffer showed him, and suggested to Park Service director Stephen T. Mather that the area be made a national monument. The following year, additional support for the monument idea came from Laurence Gould, a University of Michigan graduate student (and future polar explorer) studying the geology of the nearby La Sal Mountains, who was shown the scenic area by local physician Dr. J. W. Doc Williams.

A succession of government investigators examined the area, in part due to confusion as to the precise location. In the process, the name Devil's Garden was transposed to an area on the opposite side of Salt Valley, and Ringhoffer's original discovery was omitted, while another area nearby, known locally as The Windows, was included. Designation of the area as a national monument was supported by the Park Service from 1926, but was resisted by President Calvin Coolidge's Interior Secretary, Hubert Work. Finally in April 1929, shortly after his inauguration, President Herbert Hoover signed a presidential proclamation creating Arches National Monument, consisting of two comparatively small, disconnected sections.

The purpose of the reservation under the 1906 Antiquities Act was to protect the arches, spires, balanced rocks, and other sandstone formations for their scientific and educational value. The name Arches was suggested by Frank Pinkely, superintendent of the Park Service's southwestern national monuments, following a visit to the Windows section in 1925. In late 1938, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a proclamation which enlarged Arches to protect additional scenic features and permit development of facilities to promote tourism.

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MOAB TRAVEL VLOG | A Great Weekend Getaway

A couple of weeks ago a couple of my friends and I decided to head down to Moab, Utah for a couple of days. While down there I decided to try something that I thought would be interesting, that is to make a travel vlog. So, here it is, like it, share it, let me know what you think in the comments, and most of all enjoy!

CORONA ARCH | Best Hike in Moab?

Corona Arch was hands-down the BEST hike we did in Moab!

In Part 3 of our Utah vacation, we take a family-friendly hike to Bowtie and Corona Arch. This hike is 3 miles round trip and is kid and dog-friendly. We had to scale the side of the canyon where footholds were carved out of the slick rock, and then climb a small ladder as well, which added to the adventure (both of these could probably be done independently by children over 5 years old). Since these arches are tucked away a little bit we only saw a couple other people the entire hike; when compared to bumping into hundreds of people in Arches National Park it felt like we almost had the whole place to ourselves!

Corona Arch was the site of Devin Supertramp's World's Largest Rope Swing, but swinging from many arches in Moab isn't allowed anymore due to too many accidents. It is such an impressively beautiful arch!

The easiest way to get to the trailhead is by going 10 miles west on Highway 279, which is a turnoff just north of downtown Moab. Keep your eye out for petroglyphs along the drive! There is a clearly marked parking lot and trailhead on the right side of the road, across from the Gold Bar camping area.

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Exploring Canyonlands National Park (and a bit of Moab) | Travel Vlog

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My dad and I decided to make a quick trip down to Moab, Utah. Since we only had one full day there we decided to explore Canyonlands National Park, which offered a lot more than what you could fit into one day. Enjoy the video!
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Southern Utah National Parks Hiking Trip I Travel Vlog

In May, 11 Bearfoot Theory readers and I met up in Southern Utah for the second-ever group trip offered through my blog. Our 5-day trip, led by Arizona Outback Adventures, included swimming in Zion, navigating slot canyons in Escalante National Monument, weaving through the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon, and exploring the secret side of Southern Utah’s popular destinations.

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Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Moab - Travel Utah, United States

Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Moab - Travel Utah, United States:
Arches National Park, Dead Horse Point State Park, Corona Arch, Canyonlands National Park, Negro Bill Canyon Trail, Potash Road, La Sal Mountain Loop, Wilson's Arch, Utah Scenic Byway 279 Rock Art Sites, Castle Valle

A weekend in Moab - Vlog 017 - Moab, UT

Finally made my my to Utah for mountain biking on some slickrock. Had an awesome time at our Airbnb with a giant heated pool, and of course divulged in enough food to put a small herd of alpacas to sleep.
Then hit Arches national park and saw some beautiful red rock all within 48 Hours, check it in the Veelog. LEGGO!!


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RV Travel Life | Top 5 of Moab, Utah

Check out our top 5 things to do while in Moab, Utah! From Wineries to ATVs and Hiking in Arches, there is no shortage of places to go or things to love about this town!

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Horseshoe Bend & a MISTAKE in Moab, Utah | Plus an Opportunity to MEET ME??

WHOOPS! I forgot to book a campground in Moab and ended up staying in a motel parking lot. Horseshoe bend was a beautiful visit although it was crowded. And I found my first arch on the side of a highway! Stay tuned next week for Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park. Today was a day of catch up, driving, and learning from my mistake.

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The Mighty 5 Road Trip: Utah National Parks | Travel Vlog

My mom and I went on a road trip through Utah's National Parks, or The Mighty 5! We started in Las Vegas and drove to Zion, Bryce, Capitol Reef, Arches, Canyonlands, and ended in Salt Lake City, phew! Join us on our adventure!

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Grand Circle Tour I - Ep 15 - Arches National Park #1

2014 tour of the Grand Circle of American Southwest. In episode 15, we begin our journey on U.S. Highway 191 (US-191) north at Moab, Utah. We will then be traveling along the main road of Arches National Park, beginning at the visitor center to the Devils Garden. In between, we will also see the La Sal Mountain, Courthouse Towers, Three Gossips, Petrified Dunes, Balanced Rock, Salt Valley, Fiery Furnace, and Skyline Arch.

00:32 The journey begins (Moab, Utah).
02:44 The park's entrance.
03:03 Begin climbing the canyon.
04:15 Moab Fault Overlook.
05:20 La Sal Mountain Overlook.
05:47 Courthouse Towers and Three Gossips.
07:39 Petrified Dunes.
09:30 Balanced Rock.
10:25 Panorama Point.
11:43 Cache Valley Overlook.
13:31 Salt Valley Overlook.
14:37 Fiery Furnace.
16:56 Skyline Arch.
17:21 Devils Garden.

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Fiery Furnace at Arches National Park | Moab Utah | Van Life Travel v.44

Moab Utah & Arches National Park
Hiking the Fiery Furnace are at Arches National Park.
We had to obtain a permit to hike the Fiery Furnace. The park limits the number of people hiking in the Fiery Furnace to help preserve the area. So, they require you to get a permit or sign up to hike it with a guide.
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VLOG | Arches National Park | Moab |Utah 2016 | Marion Vijar

Happy 100 years of service America's National Parks :) Here is little video of our hike in Moab . What an amazing place to visit , incredible views in every direction ! We spent there 2 days and still were not able to see all the aches ...this park is sooo big . You guys must visit ;) !

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Trip#4: Arches National Park, Delicate Arch|Travel Vlog|Adventures

Arches National Park. Delicate Arch. Moab, Utah. Hey Y'all!! Finally we made a video from our Spring Break vacations (Trip #4). First we got to Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. Through the video, you would like to come to this place to enjoy the view of mountains and nature around them. Hiking time to Delicate Arch, famous sandstone arch in the high desert, is about 44 minutes. That sandstone landmark is Arches National Park’s star attraction. Go and Check it out!!

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