WHERE'S MY BAG: UTAH'S NATIONAL PARKS

The “Where’s My Bag?” series highlights Clark & Mayfield bags in interesting locations around the world. 

Clark & Mayfield founder, Lauri DeLaczay, recently went on a family trip to some of Utah's most famous National Parks. Not only was it a special time for her family, it was also a landmark year for the U.S. National Park Service which is celebrating its centennial anniversary! 

Here are two beautiful destinations from Lauri's trip:

Bryce Canyon National Park

Hoodoos (pillars of rock shaped by erosion) are not unique to Utah, but this National Park has the largest collection in the world. Hiking through Bryce is other-worldly, as you're dwarfed by giant "forests" of orange stone.

Zion National Park

Not far from Bryce Canyon, Zion shares a similar palette when it comes to orange and pink hues among the cliffs. This park is also home to one of the most famous slot canyons in the world, the Zion Narrows.

 
 

Utah has 13 parks officially managed by the National Park Service, and each is spectacular in its own way. Do you have a favorite National Park? Be sure to share your travel tips with us on Facebook!