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"We reached a section of the trail that is impassible during high tide, so we decided to set up camp here for the night.
The campsite was on a slope, but waking up to this view was worth sacrificing sleep. We drank our morning coffee at the edge of the cliff, while watching the sunrise and listening to the sea lions talk."
The desolation of Utah backcountry rewards those who trek out far beyond paved roads.
Bridger-Teton National Forest is a great option for free camping with sought-after skies.
Can’t deny the convenience that a RV brings to the table when the camping conditions are just right.