Day 5: Canyonlands National Park and Colorado

We headed to Canyonlands National Park first, which was only about 30 minutes from Moab. This Park was a bit different from the rest we had visited. The reason for this may have been its size – this place was freaking HUGE.


 It seemed like the canyons went on forever. Had we had bikes this would be the greatest place to go for a ride. Instead, we drove through the entire canyon taking over an hour to get there and back. 


After Canyonlands we drove to Colorado to hit up some hot springs for our last night. The States truly have a beautiful land. One minute we’re driving in the desert, past deserted canyons and the next we’re weaving in and out of the rocky mountains. 


I had been looking forward to these hot springs most on this trip and they didn’t disappoint. This campsite or “glampsite” was adorable. Welcome to avalanche ranch! 


They had hiking trails, mountain views, a tiny farm, hot springs, a large cabin to hangout in and of course our gorgeous little wagons. 


We hung out in the pools for a little while before trying to go to sleep early so that we could get a few hours in before our insane day (or night… depending how you look at it). But I’ll get to that on my next blog post…..
Xx, S

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