David and I are now in the Stanley, Idaho Area. This spring we spent about two months exploring the area around southern Utah and Arizona/Utah border. We began our route from LasVegas, Nevada, in early April and ended our trip in early June.
I created a map of our southern Utah route, starting in Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada and ending in Kodachrome Basin State Park, Utah. If you’re interested in seeing the highlights of our trip, you can click on the map to open it in Umap, where you can zoom closer in. When available, each symbol icon contains the name of the place, sample pictures, and/or links to our previous posts. Noticeably missing from this map are Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park. We had already visited these two parks in 2009, so I didn’t include them in our travel this time around.
Here is a quick photo summary of our trip. Come along to see where we had been.
That’s it for our springtime in Utah. After Kodachrome Basin State Park, we stopped for a quick visit in the Great Basin National Park Area en route to Idaho.
If you missed any of our southern Utah posts, you can catch up using links below.