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We stood on an arch!
Cassidy Arch in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah. Capitol Reef is not one of the more well known national parks, which makes it pretty underrated in my opinion. I didn’t know much about it going in, but I was pretty blown away by the sheer beauty of it. And I only saw a small portion of the park.
Todd and I only had time to do one activity there before we had to head to Bryce Canyon for sunset so after stopping at the visitor’s center, we decided to hike up to Cassidy Arch, which we heard is one of the only arches in Utah you are allowed to stand on. It’s a 3.4 mile roundtrip hike with a big elevation change. It’s fairly challenging but a very cool hike with amazing viewpoints. Also, it’s named after Butch Cassidy, a famous outlaw that used to hide out around there. Cool!
More info on Cassidy Arch: https://utah.com/hiking/capitol-reef-national-park/cassidy-arch-trail
Capitol Reef National Park: https://www.nps.gov/care/index.htm
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