Enough is enough. Sometimes you have enough of working and need to get out and play in the beautiful scenery surrounding you.
That’s when Marshall, Becky, and I decided to hike Devil’s Garden Trail early in the morning to beat the crowds.
We had a few roadblocks on the way.
We were the very first ones there. Goal accomplished. No boring empty parking lot photo, sorry. 😆
Here’s the trail loop. Yeah, I know, not totally thrilling. But, you may be interested if you’re looking to go.
The trail started off very level and mild but with gorgeous views left and right. The first BIG arch you will come to is Landscape Arch. Here you see the three stooges’ shadows on the trail.
The trail gets interesting after Landscape Arch. Almost immediately you start to climb ‘bread loaf’ rock. It’s fairly steep and the sides drop significantly. Yes, there’s a warning sign for people not to go if they have a fear of heights. I’m thinking that about only 40% of people who hike this go past that point.
From there we went in and out of little side trails to other arches along the trail. Early hikers had started to catch up with us here and there. #slow
Dino footprints and bones next time, folks. I was in Moab for quite a while! About two months so I cannot fit it all into one, two or even three stories.
Therefore, this is it for now. Thanks for following on the journey!