Southern Utah: Capitola Reef

A first for me, a national park with no entry station, no one to collect money. There was fees for camping, but not to enter. This is rock formations and high desert country, really big vistas and towering formations. It’s also a land of natural bridges and arches. The campground is lovely, and since it borders a river, there are trees, the necessary shade out there in the high, dry air. We took some hikes on these early May days, days where the temperature was perfect for wandering through canyons.

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