After 2020, who’s not eager to zoom away from screens and quarantines? If you like the idea of dipping your toes into camping and the great outdoors, but feel hesitant to take the full plunge, then Utah’s Glamping Canyonlands offers just the right mix.
WiFi is slow to non-existent in places, there’s arguably one traffic light for the entire San Juan County (nearly, the size of New Jersey!), cows stand in the roads and wonder why you’re moving so fast, and people slow down to talk with each other—to connect.
I stood at an overlook on the Chesler Park Loop Trail in the Needles District of Canyonlands, struck by how quiet it was. The sun was setting behind me, and all of the candy cane colored rock spires stood at attention in the distance.