Discover the Real Grand County With a Local Expert
Overlooking Canyonlands National Park
#triplocal “Traveling messes you up, but in all the good ways. It leaves you always craving more, and addiction that can never quite be met. Every place, every trip, every person is a new adventure; pulling you deeper into the love of wanderlust. Your heart begins to hurt when you’re standing still, and your mind begins to itch over the idea of new places you haven’t been. Fill your soul with adventure and traveling and you will live a fulfilled life”
American is the first county that I traveled, this place makes me fall in love in travel landscape photography
Adventures in Arches National Park.
This park is filled with amazing rock formations and spectacular views. Delicate Arch is one of these said rock formations. On this day, we were lucky enough to get some amazing cloud coverage as well as one of the most amazing sunsets I’ve seen. The trip took place in February so there was still a little snow fall on the ground. It’s a short drive located just outside of Moab, Utah, and it’s always well worth it.
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This has become one of my favorite parks! A lot of the views you can get from the car. There are many key viewpoints along the way. The best thing to do is go to the visitor’s center with your map and discuss with the rangers what things you want to do or see. If there’s snow on the ground, you will be limited with where you can go and helpful if you have crampons. We flew into Sal Lake City and drove from there 3 1/2 hrs ( shortest route). #wintergetaway
Arches Nation Park in Utah is home to some of the worlds most impressive natural arches. We couldn’t help but stand under them looking up at their beauty.
In the "Dead Horse Point" Park, "The Old Road, West Wind and Thin Horse"
In the stunning canyon terrain of the west, "dead horse" may be just a little surprise, but here is the "small" However, it is enough to cause a big visual shock.
This place is the narrowest point on the prominent peninsula of the Colorado Plateau. It is called the throat and the narrowest part on both sides of the east and west is less than 15 meters. Going forward, it is a platform that rises on the edge of the cliff - the place where cowboys raised horses.
According to legend, the cowboys drove the wild horses into the natural horse farm where the fence was pre-installed on the gourd neck, and gradually domesticated the horses for sale. The wild horses that were driven into here had many rushing down the cliffs because they had no time to stop. The horses that were not sold were also starved to death in this platform, thirsty, or fell to the cliff; "dead horses" Named after.
When I stepped onto the prominent highlands, hey! It is almost a 360 degree view. The 600-meter-high sandstone red rock platform, the 180-degree sharp turn of the Colorado River, coiled in the Grand Canyon, looks extraordinarily enchanting. The red-brown earth and stone, the yellow-green river, and the blue-and-white sky, form a rough and wild landscape painting in the west, which makes people unforgettable.
Although the place name is not good, it is a great place to experience the bleakness of the West. In this field of view, in addition to the canyon in the canyon, there is a reservoir that produces potassium salt. It is a ridiculous place to look around. There are many dead branches and dead trees on the high ground, which is very strange and strange. Suddenly I saw a huge old crow independent tree head. This is the first word of Ma Zhiyuans "Tianjingsha".