Entries by aloha

Backpacking in Canyonlands National Park – What to Expect and What to Bring

For lifelong backpacking enthusiasts and beginners alike, Canyonlands National Park is the place to plan your next backpacking experience. This surreal desert landscape encompasses the beauty and rawness of the American Southwest with red mesas, canyons, ravines, and colorfully layered mountains, sculpted by millions of years of nature. You will need a permit and a […]

Fairyland Point Trail | Bryce Canyon NP

With a name as surreal and unique as Fairyland Point in Bryce Canyon National Park, the trail lives up to its name with its peaceful seclusion and striking features across the colorful terrain of the park. Wind through a forest of hoodoos and sloping red hills to fully absorb one of the best trails the […]

Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally Continues Despite Wildfire

With the growing threat of the rapidly growing Brian Head Fire, many places in Southern Utah feel solemn. Despite this incoming threat that has so far evacuated over 1,500 residents in the area, the annual Panguitch Valley Balloon Ralley was not cancelled for the weekend after the fire began and started to rapidly grow in […]

Night Photography in Goblin Valley

Photo by Wayne Pinkston via Flickr Goblin Valley is one of the most untouched places on the planet – by light pollution at night, that is. That’s why it attracts so many photographers in the dead of night to photograph the stunning night skies, showcasing the Milky Way like you’ve never seen it before. It’s […]

Fishing Trout at Panguitch Lake

Here’s a helpful video for beginners planning to fish at Panguitch Lake, or even for experienced fishers who want to improve their fishing this summer. Cutthroat and Rainbow trout are the most common fish you’ll catch at the lake and this video goes through helpful tips on how to catch more trout. Boats and fishing […]