Comfier Tenting with the Black Collection HQ21

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If you travel to broaden your horizons and relax, UTAH’s Zion National Park is a must-see. The 6,507-foot ocher lookout offers panoramic views of Zion Canyon, where the green rivers meander between crimson alpine cliffs and distant hikers are as small as ants. Here you will be deeply impressed by how magnificent the landscape is.

If you want to better feel Zion Park’s charms, I suggest you camp here in an RV, just like I did. I planned the trip to Zion National Park for a long time and after much deliberation I decided to camp with the all-terrain mobile home HQ21. Its sturdy chassis, impact-resistant independent suspension, high ground clearance and off-road tires ensure better protection on my camping trip. Of course, its cool look with diamond-cut lines and classic colors also appeals to me.

My family and I enter Zion National Park after purchasing tickets at the Kolob Canyons Visitor Center. Visitors are rare in this high-altitude park. As I drive, the gorges and plateaus alternate, forming a mesmerizing view. As we approach St. George we see the rock formation in the distance getting bigger and bigger. After stocking up on fuel and food supplies in St. George, we arrive at our destination, Snow Canyon State Park. We find a quiet clearing to park our RV and hike from here to visit small slit-shaped canyons, volcanic slag heaps and lava tubes. These are nature’s ingenious creations hundreds of millions of years ago. Back in the mobile home, we turn on the water heater and take a long shower. 64L drinking water tank, 240L fresh water tank, 100L gray water tank and 100L black water tank ensure adequate water supply when camping and allow us to stay away from campsites. In the twilight of the canyon we prepare dinner. With the practical outdoor gas cooker, a cook as bad as I can easily prepare delicious dishes. The outdoor lighting and the sound system are my favorite because with them we can not only enjoy the night breeze in the mountains but also listen to nice music. The Black Series HQ21 was undoubtedly a smart choice. Its luxurious interior and practical equipment make outdoor travel a comfortable vacation.

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The sun shines into the car early in the morning through the large windows on either side of the headboard. Lying on the bed we can see different light reflections in the canyon. Then we drink coffee from the coffee machine and listen to the chirping of birds and the wind rustling through the leaves. Basking in the sun, we quietly enjoy all these mesmerizing views. We then continue our drive to the Red Canyon, where red boulders line the roadside that appear even more brilliant at dusk. Its most famous attractions are two budding rock arches. As we walk back to the trailer, it’s getting colder with drizzle. We turn on the inverter air conditioner to warm up the interior of the trailer. When we read a magazine over a cup of coffee, we quickly feel at ease. The sound of the rain falling outside is no doubt a good lullaby for us as we lie on the large double bed at night. Providing protection from wind and rain to make camping comfortable, the Black Series HQ21 is our perfect travel companion.

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