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... arrived back at the campground we enjoyed a nice dip in the pool.
After the pool and the task of doing some laundry we prepared for the next day. Our plan for the next day was to get up really early for a sunrise photo opportunity, and try to find a campsite within the park. All successful… minus the dream sunrise photo… but still nice.
We settled in at our campsite and geared up for the Narrows Hike, which is a hike that leads ...
... The trail is paved and doesn't seem steep going up until you reach the last .8 miles. That is when you see the narrow path up the sheer rock cliffs that drop over 1000 feet down on one side. To aid your navigation up the cliff, the park has installed large metal chain that you can hold onto to so you can use your arms to help pull yourself up and for safety just in case you lose your footing. There is a warning sign that shows a person falling and in ...
... park. When I say that Bryce is a one trick pony, I don’t mean that in a bad way. It is just to advise the reader that unlike Glacier National Park, Yosemite, or Yellowstone, this is not a place to stay for more than 2 days. With that said, the pink, red, and pale white rocks formations were breathtaking. The tall spires are called hoodoos and they are beautiful. Each stop along the 18 mile road within the park delivered a ...
... the shops in town.
On the way to Ruby's we stopped at a place in Tropic, Utah called “Mossy Cave” park. It was pretty neat and we hiked to the waterfall and cave. The park was beautiful although the cave was not much more than a rock overhang.
Tomorrow we start working our way back to Las Vegas. We are planning to hike up a river at the Narrows close to Zion National ...
Set off from the camp, to Zion NP main entrance. Passed grazing ostriches on the way.
We parked in Springdale and took the shuttle into the NP. Then took the park shuttle to the end of the canyon, at the Temple of Sinawava. Shuttle system so sensible to limit parking congestion.
Walked 3.5 km further up the canyon along the river. Beautiful flowers and ferns.
Then took shuttle to Weeping Rock- more water seeping out of the rock as we walked the ...