Jordan took a quick trip out to Zion National Park with his cousins last weekend. I wasn’t able to go (this time), but I wanted him to share a few shots from his trip. We are already planning a trip back down there in a couple weeks!
Hiking through the freezing cold mountain water, balancing over wet slick rocks you can’t see beneath you, and stopping to look up the steep red rock walls of the Narrows is breathtaking- literally from the cold water and the views.
There really is no substitute when it comes to getting out into the wild. I consider myself an outdoors enthusiast, but I still feel like I don’t get out enough. This trip to Zions/Southern Utah has helped me jump start my excitement and wanderlust!
Reconnecting with nature is something I never regret, but find it hard to take time to get out there and do. But honestly, the effort is minimal compared to the payoff. Not only the epic pictures, but a renewed sense of connection with mother earth. The icing on the cake after a long hike is setting up camp in remote spots surrounded by grand vistas of red rock mountains, and getting lost in the deep blue night skies.
Check out Jordan’s Instagram for more adventuring!