Once Upon a Boulder...

Once upon a time we (and a group of our Utah friends) were sitting around having coffee one fine afternoon.  Conversations whirled about and at some point, energy vortexes in Sedona were brought up.  Someone else responded with "Oh, Boulder Utah has those too" upon which yet another person said "Interesting... we should go there... like right now!"  At this point in most "normal" conversations, the group would chuckle to themselves at the absurd suggestion of travel 5 to 6 hours away at a last minute's notice.  This was no such conversation.  

Somehow, the idea of a spontaneous road trip flickered and danced simultaneously through each of our brains and before we knew it, we were packed and on the road.  What ensued was a quick weekend camping trip to the beautiful little town of Boulder, Utah - which is situated somewhere between Capitol Reef National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park and just down the hill from The Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument.

We were in and out of this serene little town in a flash, which left us yearning for more.  Subsequent plans were made and we returned for a four-day weekend two weeks later.   During our second trip, we were able to hike up to the top of a nearby mesa called "Sugarloaf", hiked down to the waterfalls at Calf Creek, and enjoyed each other's company over dutch oven meals and crackling campfire.   

So what's to see in the little town of Boulder?  Surprisingly, quite a lot and we barely breached the surface during our two quick road trips!  As always, we'd love to share a bit of what we found through video and a few pics.  Check 'em out and enjoy!


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Have you been to Boulder Utah? Tell us about it! If we go again, where should we go? Let us know in the comments...

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