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... I heard many recommendations from travelers that Delicate Arch is the best place to watch the sunset. So I made my way through the park about 12 miles in and found the trailhead for the hike there. It was an uphill 1.5 mile climb in high 90 degree heat, which was well over 100 radiating off the rocks. I was drenched from head to toe by the time I made it to the top. The site that laid before me was incredible. It is hard to believe these rock formations ...
... at Red Cliffs Lodge. We stopped briefly to take some photos of the Fisher Towers, and by then it was starting to get very warm outside, am pleased the bus has a good air.con system! Our room for tonight is quite rustic, but has a HUGE bed and awesome views over the Colorado River to the red cliffs beyond .... Tonight's tea is a cowboy affair on the dining room patio overlooking the ...
... br> The next day Ben and Anna went on a float trip down the Colorado River. Keller and I decided to stay and explore town, so we started our morning off at the delicious Eklecticafe. Since Moab is so dog friendly, Kohli joined us of course. After breakfast we strolled around town, did some shopping, and walked Kohli along the Moab Creek. To escape the Moab heat, Keller and I decided to randomly check out the Moab Recreational and Aquatic ...
... arrived in Utah around 1 pm. We took the scenic route to Moab along Rt. 128. This road runs along the Colorado River and is curvy and has some blind corners. But it was worth it. The red rock of the Colorado canyon is indescribable. It was a thrilling drive.
We arrived at the campground around 3 pm. Although this campground has really good ratings, it’s not to our liking. We are really packed in and it is not pet friendly. There ...
It was a difficult slumber last night; with so many people in one confined space, there was lots of movement in the night. At around 2am, it really started to pour, and the rain did get past our weatherproof shelter but fortunately it only rained into sleeping bags and rucksacks and most of our heads remained dry. One girl did get a mini deluge, but a quick shuffle around and she was able to go back to sleep.
The early morning noises from camp woke us, ...
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