The people — and I — have spoken.
Voters in The Tribune choice awards made the hike to Delicate Arch their favorite.
I, on the other hand, selected the Queens Garden/Navajo Loop in Bryce Canyon National Park as the winner for the editor’s choice.
You can read why these hikes won and see who were runners up by clicking here.
Of course, the whole exercise is kind of like picking which of your children you like best. It was painful and without a wrong answer.
But let’s hear from you? Did the voters get it right? Did I?
— Nate Carlisle
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