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Wondering what to do in Canyonlands? We wanted to go for a hike and when we asked the fine folks at the info centre, they told us that it would be better to do a few short hikes. So, we hiked to Upheaval Dome to the second overlook and also visited Mesa Arch.
The next day, after Greg biked Slickrock (see previous video), we toured our van life dwelling through the Arches National Park.

Where We Stayed

Free dry camping at Willow Springs Road BLM near Moab, Arches National Park, and Canyonlands National Park, 38.696832, -109.6981

For details from the entire route and to get GPS coordinates, check out our map.

Next Up

Flash forward to our latest trip plan – Mexico!

Things You Might Like

Here are items in our kit that we love and think you might, too!
Primus Kettle – Cee can’t live without this!

Pocket Rocket – Gee swears by this lightweight stove for all our boil-ups.

Woods ceramic on steel cups – neither of us can go on a hike without these cups.




This series is about our trip back to Vancouver, British Columbia in our Class B Dodge Ram Great West Van #schmoovan.

We hope you enjoy the highlights of our #vanlife adventures!
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We left Florida in late March of 2017 to work our way back to Canada. Here’s our Google Map marking our general (and sometimes specific) locations and remarks…

The Arches National Park was one of the most interesting places we’ve EVER visited. Our experience had an additional sombre note to it when we reached the top.

“FreshLift” by Shane Ivers –

Be sure to check out our Google Map below for details of where we boon-docked/camped along the way.

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Filmed July 10, 2016

Just a quick little glimpse at our night out around the bay just off the East Coast Trail for a friend’s birthday. We were meant to go whale watching earlier but the boat was out of commission so a few of us just gathered for a campfire scoff & chat.

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Filming Dates: Spring/Summer 2013 & 2014


We spent a lot of time hiking & camping the East Coast Trail in Newfoundland in 2013 and also 2014. This is an amazing trail system with spectacular views including wildlife sightings such as whales, sea birds, and moose. We would hike for hours and only see a few people even on the most gorgeous summer days. You really have to check it out if you’re into hiking or trekking. There are great camp spots already set up or just haul over and make your own – as long as you leave no trace.