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... the sheer hundred-foot cliffs on either side.The most famous in Zion has to be the Narrows, one of the most unique hikes in the world. You literally trek up the Virgin River through a 2,000-foot gorge, as the water covers the basin from canyon wall to canyon wall in many places. Yet I can't forget that the farther you go up, the longer the hike back. The canyon walls and towering peaks will mesmerize me to the point that I will hopefully forget ...
... we need enough for a few cups of tea and coffee. We have tasty beer so life will go on!
With our watch set to Utah mountain time we set off with picnic, walking shoes, fleece ...to find Bryce Canyon. When we visited Cappadocia in Turkey some years ago we met an American who felt it was a disappointment as he had been to Bryce Canyon so we felt we had to put it on our list. Everywhere we go is special in its own way and it is wrong to compare ...
... was pregnant, either that or it was extremely fat. We walked back and boarded the shuttle to a place known as the Great White Throne. The view is dominated by a large white monolith of that name. We could see hikers on the trail above us at a place called Angels Landing, 1,400 feet above the valley floor. Back on the shuttle to Weeping Rock. This was a short walk to an overhang that weeps water, caution signs warning us not to drink the water because it ...
This part of our tour was very, very hectic. We covered 3 'exhibits' in 1 day and had to flights.
The first was Bryce Canyon. Kathleen’s "feminine" canyon. I can understand why. Beautiful!
We then flew over the Grand Canyon which is rare these days so it was a real treat! We spent a few hours there. Unfortunately it was Easter and the School spring break so it was chockers with people. ...
... down in the right place. By using Mike’s helmet (whilst not on his head!) Lyn had something to push down on, but this pushed down into the soft sand so Mike used his knee on the helmet for Lyn to push on so he could wriggle himself free. Lyn not known for his public displays whooped loudly several time and was landed to be free. Phew! Lyn admitted to me later, that for 30 seconds or so he was struggling and panic was not far away. I have never seen him ...