Spending almost two whole weeks OUTSIDE … skiing, hiking, snowboarding, hot-tubing, wondering, and RV-ing all over Utah was one of the most memorable vacations Steve and I have had to date! I took a whole bunch of photos with my rolleiflex medium format camera, but they’re not back from the lab yet. So this isn’t the complete story, but I couldn’t wait any longer to share some images of Utah’s incredible landscape. First stop, Park City!
We “shredded the gnar” (snowboarded/skied) at Snowbird (scariest mountain EVER, very humbling), Solitude (my favorite — the mountain views were unbelievable), and The Canyons (least intimidating – very family friendly). Just walking around Park City was pretty fun too… I took tons of iPhone photos while skiing and posted a bunch to Instagram.
We spent the first half of our trip with these two awesome friends and fellow snow-bum-want-to-be-people, George and Meg. After skiing our legs off for four straight days, Steve and I said our goodbyes to our friends, picked up our RV and headed south to Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks.
We stopped several times along the 271 mile drive south to Zion because the scenery was INSANE, and I needed to do my best to photograph it.
More film photos to come!