Monday, April 12, 2010

Canyonlands National Park, Utah: Sightseeing at its best!

One of the most enjoyable parts of life for me is doing something that has absolutely nothing to do with computers and the Internet. In fact, I think that most people need a mental and physical break from work and school to recharge their batteries. Otherwise, we will just burn out. As many of you might know, I really savor getting far, far away from the hectic world and spending time in the outdoors. During the past week, I took a wonderful trip with my family to a wonderful, scenic place.

One particular area I recently visited is one of the most remote national parks in the United States---a place you can hike for miles without seeing a single person if you'd like. The national park is called Canyonlands. The picture above was taken a few miles outside of the park, but it can give you a sense of what you might find in southern, Utah.



  1. It is a good essay for sight seeing. I am very impressed with this description.

  2. the idea of i to do a journey other place is wonderful
    I live in Colombia here we have many places where to go
    as cartagena has beach and sea, other place is city lost, located in sierra snowfall of Santa Marta. the national park of the Snow this park be near the sea. and other lot of places where to travel.
    i love traveling of holidays for i can relax.
    good bye


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