Capitol Reef National Park, how to describe something that has left us so speechless. So I won’t try, here are the facts about Capitol Reef National Park: Its located in south- central Utah, it became a National Monument in 1937 and formally a National Park in 1971. It is roughly 100 miles long by 20 miles wide. Its terrain – not the easiest to move around and for majority of the park high clearance vehicles are advisable. You should also enjoy extensive hiking and climbing when considering this park. However, the vista are worth the work of the hikes/climbs…here is our picture collage of Capitol Reef National Park:
Made it to the Park!!
More pretty Colors
First Official Hike
Love the gnarl trunks of the Juniper!!
Expect the Unexpected
Ella & Duncan – pretending they like hiking
Pokeman posing at the top of the mountain
he is so sexy with his walking sticks!!
One of the biggest tree in the park
Ok so they do get tired of hiking !!!
Pre-Hike Pose (no sweat in sight!!!)
Rest stop at Sunset Point
Love my selfies with my Love!!
Wind and Water shape the rocks to beautiful shapes
Mountain are caps with Navajo Sandstone which contrast the brilliant reds and coral colors
Getting used to my new knowledge of filter pictures!!!
Ella – at Cassidy Arch
Vibrant Color mountain blooms