“you have to bring your own gas!”
The Cathedral Valley District of Capitol Reef National Park is open all year. Vehicles with high ground clearance, even those without four wheel drive, can usually negotiate the roads without difficulty. However, road conditions can vary greatly depending on recent weather conditions. Spring and summer rains and winter snows can leave the roads muddy, washed out, and impassable to the best high-clearance four wheel drive vehicle, so check at the visitor center for current road and weather conditions before visiting Cathedral Valley.Foot and vehicle travel in the Cathedral Valley area is light, so be prepared for the unexpected. If you have problems, help may not arrive for hours or even days, depending on the time of year. Carry plenty of water, food, gas, adequate clothing, a shovel, and emergency supplies. Cool or cold temperatures will accompany sudden storms or an unexpected night out in the backcountry. Daytime temperatures in the summer may reach the upper 90s°F (30s °C) and winter highs may stay below freezing, so prepare accordingly.
Absolutely gorgeous desert nearly devoid of tourists even on a summer weekend. Pack your own water, prepare your eyeballs for fantastic stargazing, and head to Cathedral Valley campground for a truly solitary camping experience. Your car must be pretty tough to make it here!
If you would want to have a marvelous view and experience of nature, you can try to visit this place. Surely, you will fall in love with place!
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