Cycling Mormon Utah
Wow, Utah is versitile and vivid, how many words on a W/V can we do?
Let’s put in Wolksvagen aswell!
Neither do I have the internet, nor the time to update my blogs as often as I’d like to.
Regardless, let’s go:
I’m in Utah, more precisely in Moab.
My trip so far through Utah has been incredible, it’s like a different planet, words can’t describe it, yadda-yadda, very beautiful and full of Mormons.
This video is the latest published one, me going to Colorado City on the state line between Utah and Arizona, the Fundamentalist Mormon capital of the world.
Right northwest from Colorado City we have the Coral pink sand dunes.
They’re created from when the wind hits hard against the pressed together sandstone
After that I cycled straight north up to Bryce Canyon, the area is well known for its collection of giant natural amphitheaters along the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. Bryce is distinctive due to geological structures called hoodoos, formed by frost weathering and stream erosion of the river and lake bed sedimentary rocks. (Wiki).
I then went on from Boulder in Utah, into this canyon after a local tip
and boy was I happy I did. The whole canyon, stretching for 5km was paved asphalt and had some of the most beautiful views I have ever seen.
Last but not least I camped outside of Moab under the full moon which gave me this beautiful picture. Spring is finally here and I enjoy not cycling in sub-freezing conditions anymore.
But soon I’m heading into Colorado, which means higher elevation and… more snow 😉
Have a wonderful continuing day, thank you for reading!
(I’m sorry I can’t put more time into my writing, as of now the editing of my videos take up most of my spare time and please do enjoy them over at YouTube