Located in southern Utah east of Zion National Park (read my Zion post here), Bryce Canyon National Park is another one of Utah’s “mighty five.” I was surprised that its higher elevation resulted in a much different climate, even though it is only an hour and a half away from Zion. Getting out of the
Last May I visited Zion National Park; the funny thing was that a disproportionately large number of my friends and acquaintances also visited earlier in the year. Seems like it was “the” park of 2017! As the trip approached, every conversation seemed to meander around to Angels Landing, one of Zion’s most famous hikes. The
Zion is the oldest National Park in Utah, one of Utah’s “mighty five.” We visited Zion National Park in May 2017. Read on for my experience and information on planning your own trip.
This post is about driving to Zion National Park from Southern California. How long did it take, where did I stop, what route did I take, what snacks did I bring? Check my Zion National Park post for more details on camping in the park. The Drive We left San Diego on a Friday morning,