Slot Canyons Inn
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... who owned the land a hundred years ago - and were told that we were at around 8,000 feet elevation. Which is 1,500 feet higher than Mt Kosciusko! The memorable quote about the canyon from Mr Bryce was "it's a heck of a place to lose a cow" and when we arrived at the canyon edge we could understand why.
We were encouraged to descend some 800 feet to the canyon floor, but to take care coming up. There was a longer route for keen hikers but we went for what ...
Recommended to us by the "Desert Doctor", who we crossed paths with at the gas station as we entered town. He was a colorful character; an old school biker, weathered, with tattoos, sleeveless shirt, rebel flag on his motorcycle. He told us about all the people who had come through the area on ...
... was a very chilly start in the outdoors next morning but managed toasted muffins, banana and coffee for breakfast then drove to Shakespeare Arch on the Sentinel Trail for more magnificent views! This is the only natural arch in the park. The photos tell the story.
This State Park and campground is exceptionally well run-clean and everything is neat and tidy.
Wildlife Watch: scrub jay, gorgeously blue, a squirrel, a Robin and a Fence Lizard
... of Australia in the west we have not yet seen. Now, for the sights around the small town of Escalante, with an astonishing history of Mormon pioneers. We read this history at the great little info centre and how a group of pioneering Mormons made their way through a small break in the mountains to settle the area. This was to upset the traditional life of the Puebloan Indians, sadly.
After a warm night with the luxury of a bathroom we rattled along ...
... evening, and it wasn't until the next day that we realised how striking the red, pink and white rocks really were....along with the interesting(!) sediment rock pillars dotted about. We did a couple of short hikes overlooking the park in the morning then drove six miles down the ...