Friday, November 11, 2016

The Parawan Gap



Back in May of this year, we decided to go for a family drive to the Parawon Gap. The Parawon Gap is a physical natural break in the  mountains formed by an ancient stream. It allows easy access to the other side of the mountains and is ripe in history and native american petroglyphs. 

The area has been made into a nice stopping place with parking, picnic area and paved pathways from one side of the gap to the other. Petroglyphs are highlighted all along the walkway which made it easy for us to take our son TNT Lando along with us. 







After exploring the location and on our way back to the car. we decided to power up the cell phone and check to see if there was a geocache around. Sure enough not far off the beaten path there was a cache. Torran had wanted to put the stroller to the test, so he guided it towards ground zero and found the cache easily. 





This was a very nice, easy paced adventure for us, especially with a newborn. If your looking for a place to go with the family that doesn't take a lot of time to get to and will give you a full round of history, natural wonder and a geocache, go check out the Parawon Gap.


Thanks for taking the time to explore our blog. We hope it helps inspire you to get out there and discover your world. You'd be surprised what you find. Until our next adventure, Happy Caching!