To say the least, the state of Utah is one of varied terrain. The landscape is rugged and raw—littered with buttes, spires, slot canyons, mesas and all sorts of geological wonders. It’s vivaciously colored, as if Picasso took his most varietal palette and ran his brush across the land. To your right, you’ll see red rock for miles and to your left—depending on what time of yer you go—snow swept mountain ranges. The state abounds with endless beauty to explore: on foot, bike, kayak, car, you name it—a dirtbag-roadtripper’s dream quest, if you will. These, among many reasons, prompted a friend and myself to choose Utah as the destination for driving across the land in a new addition to our adventure portfolio: a teardrop trailer, courtesy of Camp Weathered.