Campground Profile: Point Supreme, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Brian Head, Utah
posted Feb 24, 2015 by mtbikerchick
This fall as part of our Labor Day biking trip, we camped for a few nights at Point Supreme campground in the Cedar Breaks National Monument. Cedar Breaks is located in Southwest Utah near Brian Head and Panguitch. It's best known for the badlands rock formations...
A Friendly Reminder About Poop
posted Feb 23, 2015 by mtbikerchick
New information has come out, and was published in my local paper today, about contamination near a hot springs in the White River National Forest. Conundrum Hot Springs is located about 8 miles up the Conundrum Creek trail and is fairly well-known as a "hippie dip." People...
5 Benefits of Backpacking with Your Significant Other
posted Feb 16, 2015 by mtbikerchick
Honestly, who better to spend five days in the wilderness with than your significant other? No one knows you better, understands your moods more, or can give you the kind of support that he/she can. When problems arise, however, (you get lost or it rains the...
Review: Tea Drops Tea
posted Feb 2, 2015 by mtbikerchick
I was pleasantly surprised when I got home the other day and discovered a beautiful package waiting for me. I'd agreed to try out Tea Drops. These little nuggets of tea goodness are designed to take away the hassle of preparing tea, especially at work: getting...
Non-modern campground is ok, if you enjoy primative camping. They have non-flush bathrooms.
Lake Loramie State Park is one of the best campgrounds in the state. It is a very well-kept campground and...
As the owner of this campground, it is funny to read this negative review. The person commenting (the Xowery's) do...
Beautiful waterfall and quite a sight to see! A short 5 minute walk from the parking lot brings you to...