Canyonlands National Park, Utah

Canyonlands National Park Preserves has 337,598 acres of colorful canyons, mesas, buttes, fins, arches, and spires in the heart of southeast Utah’s high desert.  Water and gravity have been the prime architects of this land.

We rode those dirt roads and it was the scariest ride I have ever been on.  If I rank it on a Pucker scale (you know what I’m talking about) it would be a ten.

There are no words for how scared I was as we were on this road. I still get chills just looking at this picture.

Scariest road I have ever been on.

Do you see that road on the rim of the cliff? On the pucker scale it was a 10.

A wall of rock

Wonder how long it’s been balancing?
Mesa Arch
Jug Handle Arch
No, that’s not me.
This explains the pictures below.






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