Canyonlands National Park (est. 1964) in Utah is vast, rugged, untamed, and stunning, with deeply mesmerizing landscapes. Its canyons are windswept, its mesas tower, and its red rock formations catch fire at sunset. It’s a reminder of timelessness and the fragility of our own existence.
Its ancient history tells a story of millions of years of geological upheaval and transformation, a testament to the enduring power of nature.
Yes, there are adventures of every stripe. But the greatest ‘activity’ is connecting with something larger than ourselves. In a world that often feels fragmented and disconnected, the park’s beauty and raw power remind us of our place in the grand scheme of things.
Moab is its gateway and Arches is its neighbor. — Kim Grant