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... and we walked, and we walked and we walked, about three tenths of a mile out and the same distance back. Someone was joking when they printed that sign. It was 80 degrees and in the sun it felt like 90. But I did it. Two other stops required walking down a significant number of stairs and back up. I did that, too. I wanted to see what everyone else was looking at. And it was the river, down below, about 4,000 ft. below. Maybe ...
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We looked over the south rim into the canyon and drove down to the canyon floor and had a nice walk along the river. Mark decided to bike to the bottom but I waited a while after he started out to follow. We picked him up about 1/2 way down because his brakes were overheating. By the time we got to the bottom, the car's brakes were ...
Mancos to Hotchkiss- left at 10 am after another nice breakfast prepared by Sally. Thirty minutes into our ride we stopped to put on our gear for cold rain. I got the jacket with a heating system that connects to the Ducati! Wow- I was toasty warm. Modern technology at its best! Went to Telluride for lunch. Loved it!! What a great town...gingerbread houses, antique stores, rustic knick-knacks, and restaurants, all surrounded by red canyons. ...
... on to a rock and could see the whole canyon, just wonderful. The next overlook we picked was Devils Lookout, which was a 600 ft walk in from the road. The wind started to pick up and as we were hiking to this overlook, and once we made it we were glad there were guardrails to hold onto! The views from this lookout were breathtaking with the sharp cliffs on one side, the river in the middle and the less steep cliffs on the other side. We walked back to the car, ...
Once or twice a year for the past few years I take a sojourn to the canyons of Utah. Solo trips, lasting anywhere from 4 days to 2 weeks. The Needles, Dark Canyon, Paria, Escalante, Muley Twist, Zion... A dozen times I have come across an arch or natural amphitheater or massive dryfall and thought "this is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen!". And then the next day I say the same thing. And the next. Hiking miles and miles through slot canyons ...