Spanning 300 feet across, Landscape Arch is the longest natural arch in North America and the fourth largest in the world. Geologists are at debate on whether or not the arch remains stable, and it is only 6 feet across at its thinnest point. There used to be hiking trails that went under the arch, but these were closed after a tourist captured video of a 73 foot slab of rock falling from under the arch in 1991. Followed by a 47 foot mass of rock and 30 foot piece falling off in 1995, I like to think of it as weight reduction😂
These are only a few of the pictures I took during my trip to Utah. Every single time I looked out of the window I had to take a picture or video. I kept turning to my friend, S, and saying, “this isn’t real! This can’t be real!” It truly felt like I was on another planet!
I highly recommend traveling to Utah if you haven’t already! I especially loved going during the winter because of the snow covered mountains. S says the fall is beautiful too because of the changing foliage.
The photos you see here are from Antelope Island State Park (@antelopeislandstatepark) which is about an hour from Salt Lake City. Only $10 per car to see these breathtakingly beautiful sights! You even encounter wild buffalo!
We also traveled to Sandy, Solitude, and Park City. The pictures I took there were breathtaking as well. I wish it was possible to have more than 10 pictures in a swipe!
I am so grateful for my friend S for hosting me and showing me around her amazing new home/state! Thank you, thank you, thank you! I can’t wait to go back!
This weekends adventure: camping and Zion National Park! The trip was cut a little short due to a snow storm that came today, and probably had more downs than ups but we learned a lot to make trailer living more comfortable next time. 1 night rv living, 5 hours exploring, 2 tired kids wanting to be carried, but 1 memorable weekend!