Steve's Road Trips 2014-15 travel blog

This is one of two famous tunnels leading into Utah's Red Canyon

Scale shot. Height of tunnel was 13 1/2 feet.

Proof of snow






Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park

Coral Pink #2

Not the usual welcoming sign

This was a good section!

A sign you can believe

Lunch stop after 4 1/2 miles of washboards and loose sand

Always enjoy fence pictures

Road through canyon was 4 miles



These were referred to as petrified dunes


Some of the trail was challenging to follow



Just a bit too early for full bloom

This was the way down


Entrance to lava tube

Just liked the color

Nice way to go




Critter tracks. Any ideas?

Snow Canyon State Park

This time, my hint came from fellow campers at Kodachrome State Park. They were a family with young boys, and said Snow Canyon was one of their favorite places to go, due to some lava tubes in the park. I’m afraid I didn’t get in the lava tubes, because of my oversight of leaving all forms of flashlights in the trailer. The park and trails were still fun and interesting, however – again with pretty amazing geography. This park was within a few miles of St. George, Utah.

The first portion of these photos were taken between Kodachrome SP and St. George.

“In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous”. – Aristotle

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