National Parks

I am obsessed with getting stamps for my USA National Parks Passport!

See how it all began in the below video of a road trip through the Nationals Parks of Utah and Arizona:

A Passport Stamp Challenge ACCEPTED!

This is a new obsession. Before I quit my job and started traveling the world, I didn’t even know there was a National Parks Passport. Or National Parks, really. I was missing out!

Check back regularly as there are many park posts coming on California, Oregon, and Washington State. For now, see below on the National Parks I explored in Arizona and Utah.

Visiting Horseshoe Bend in Arizona

Visiting Horseshoe Bend means entering the 1.25-million-acre Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, a beautiful piece of the world bordering the Grand Canyon and Navajo Nation in the southeastern United States. I visited Horseshoe Bend and the Glen Canyon Dam in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area as part of an epic road trip along the…

Continue Reading Visiting Horseshoe Bend in Arizona

As you can see from my video of Hiking Coronado National Memorial, I learned the hard way about the importance of over-preparing for a hike. Please make sure you have the essentials before you hit the trails.

I put together a hiking survival kit that is explained here. For your free, printable hiking survival kit visit here or below:

Essential Survival Kit for Beginning Hikers Checklist

If you really want to get into hiking, you may be interested in my resource for hiking the Camino de Santiago – a 500-mile trek across Spain:

A Camino Resource Guide

Thank you for visiting my collection of USA National Parks stories! I have more on Arizona, Utah, and lots more to explore from these great destinations around the world. Safe travels!

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