National Parks in the USA
We have been to several National Parks in the USA and around the world. We love National Parks. Amongst the variety of outdoor adventures you can embark on, the reasons to love national parks are endless – they are educational, full of mysteries and provide spiritual inspiration. When you visit a National Park, not only are you exploring new territories, but you become open to new discoveries…in nature, life, and in yourself. Being outdoors in wide-open spaces can spark creativity, and inspire you to imagine unlimited possibilities. I am looking forward to my next visit to the National Parks.
This is why you shouldn't skip Capitol Reef National Park
Capitol Reef National Park in Utah is so awesome!
Arches and Canyonlands National Parks | Moab, Utah
Here is our time spent at Arches and Canyonlands National Parks in Utah
10 Things To Do In Moab That are NOT Arches National Park - Hike, UTVs, Bike, Climb, Swim, Drone
Am I really telling you NOT to visit Arches National Park? No. The purpose of this video is to open your eyes to all of the other amazing places to explore in and around Moab, Utah. Arches National Park sees over 1.5 million visitors annually and can get pretty crowded. Get out and see some of the lesser known areas and avoid those crowds while still experiencing some incredible places. Here are the 10 in this video: 1. Colorado National Monument 2. Fisher Towers 3. UTV Tour 4. Mountain Biking 5. Mill Creek 6. Corona & Bowtie Arch 7. Gold Bar Campground 8. State Route 279 9. Wall Street Climbing Area 10. Dead Horse Point State Park You can still go to Arches, but try to be strategic about when you go! We couldn’t resist a sunset hike to Delicate Arch. This was around the end of May and in the RV, we almost did not get a spot. Like most places, going early in the morning is the best and this was especially true for Dead Horse
How to Improve Flat Feet|Should you wear insoles?
Growing up in dance class I always got compliments for how "lucky" I was for my high arches and beautiful pointe. But I'd like to argue while, yes the shape of our feet DOES have to do with our genetics, we can also improve flat feet by strengthening our arches.
These are Two Quick Stops in Arches National Park You Might Have Missed
Moab Fault and Baby Arch are two interesting features in Arches National Park just a short distance from the road. Baby Arch is a tiny arch you can check out without breaking a sweat. Stop and look! Moab Fault is a neat landform you can also see by walking up a small incline and has the best views of the park's entrance. It also includes great views of the fault and the surrounding area. Please follow our Newsbreak account Roadtrippin' with Takacs for more hiking, camping, and travel content. If you have any questions, you can always reach us on Instagram: Jason’s Instagram: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/jason_takacs">https://www.instagram.com/jason_takacs</a>/ Alison’s Instagram: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/alison.takacs">https://www.instagram.com/alison.takacs</a>/
You Can't Go Wrong with This Super Short Hike in Arches National Park | Sand Dune Arch
The Sand Dune Arch hike is a neat little hike in Arches National Park the whole family will enjoy! It's a short 0.3 mile hike where kids can explore and play between the magnificent fins in Arches just next to Moab, Utah. This one is perfect for just about everyone. Please follow our Newsbreak account Roadtrippin' with Takacs for more hiking, camping, and travel content. If you have any questions, you can always reach us on Instagram: Jason’s Instagram: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/jason_takacs">https://www.instagram.com/jason_takacs</a>/ Alison’s Instagram: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/alison.takacs">https://www.instagram.com/alison.takacs</a>/