Wadsworth Loop Trail

At the top of Springville canyon is a trail that follows Wadsworth Creek for about 3 miles with many stream crossings, decent shade, and a primitive camping spots. It's great for dogs and kids, but the trail can get dusty and there are a lot of cows in the canyon. I use T-Mobile and there... Continue Reading →

Hidden Haven Waterfall

Nice trail with multiple bridges, a small stream and a waterfall. If you happen to be on your way to Cedar Breaks or staying in Parowan UT, Hidden Haven trailhead is under a 10 minutes drive up the canyon and offers a quick, easy and fun hike. See the damage from a previous flood. Distance: ... Continue Reading →

The Big Island – Hawaii – Day 6

We drove back to the Volcano overlook this morning to see it one last time before we head to the Southernmost point of the United States. This is the third time we’ve driven this road, so we’ve heard the Shaka guide story about the Hawaiian Queen who converted to Christianity and threw rocks in the... Continue Reading →

The Big Island – Hawaii – Day 5

We had planned a day and a half inside Volcano National Park, but because we got there fairly early and stayed in the park all day (until past dark), we basically got everything done we wanted to do. Park entrance fee is $30 per vehicle for a 3-day pass. First stop should be the visitor... Continue Reading →

The Big Island – Hawaii – Day 4

First stop of the day was Lava Tree State Park (free entry & parking).  The reviews made me think we’d only want to be there about 15 minutes, but the path was actually longer than we thought and it was very pretty.  Imagine slow moving lava surrounding and burning trees as it progresses towards the... Continue Reading →

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