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The Maze, Canyonlands National Park


Aaron Zagrodnick

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My feet sunk in the sand as I wove through juniper trees and tried not to walk off the cliff. “There’s no reason this should be more dangerous in the dark, right?” I said, both asking Ted’s opinion and trying to convince myself out loud at the same time. “Technically no,” Ted replies. We’d left the smooth paved surface of the highway some 2 hours before as the sun set over the San Rafael Swell to the west. At first we’d made good time on the smooth dirt road, but the farther we’d travelled the rougher the road became. Now, we found ourselves standing on the edge of a precipice, staring east towards the Maze District of Canyonlands National Park.

Recounting a recent backpacking trip to the Maze District of Canyonlands National Park in Issue 14:

Stepping into the Maze

Issue 14 Page 1

Backpacking and Hiking in the Maze District in Canyonlands, Utah

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