So, I was getting bored, and I felt the need to hike somewhere different last week.
I left the Palm Springs area and headed north east towards the Mojave National Monument.
This was the best way to traverse California. We saw 1 Ranger truck through the whole stretch of dirt and broken asphalt roads and did some hiking near the hole in the wall.
There were a few times we had to stop for free roaming cows, and a few time to grab some great scenery shots.
We hit the Nevada border and worked our way up the 15 through Arizona and into Utah.
We of course managed to check out some BLM trails to get away from the summer traffic on the roads.
We had to be sure to visit Zion national Park
By doing this we had to enter and exit the Dixie National Forest multiple times.
And of course we had to go to the amphitheater in Cedar Breaks National Monument.
Bryce Canyon required a couple of days to get in the hiking trails we wanted to hit.
We dropped in to visit Pipe Springs National Monument in AZ, and Vermillion Cliffs National Monument. We had to check out the Petrified Forest State park in Utah.
Overall this was a great outing, and gave me some great ideas for my next trip
We met a bunch of really cool people and a bunch of subie owners out exploring the world as well.
Our cars are meant to be driven, so be sure you take them out and enjoy what is around you.