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... ski season, but seems to bustling pretty well this time of year. Grabbing a coffee and hitting the road again.
Update 2:24PM MDT: Well we survived the Rocky Mtns and we've crossed into Utah. The landscape is desolate and resembles the Grand Canyon on a very small scale. Huge expanses of nothing but sage, tumbleweeds, sand surrounded by high mesas and plateaus that seem to be hiding ...
... We entered in through the Grotto trail, so we could have a longer hike. The kids pushed us on, so we were able to make it to all 3 pools; Upper, Middle and Lower. The last hike we snuck in was short and sweet, but very similar to the stair stepper in a gym. The Weeping Rock. There is a constant drip of water out of this cliff face due to the way the soils settled years ago and formed layers while turning into stone. With a water source constant ...
For me, the best part of my visit to Zion was the 12 mile Scenic Drive connecting the South and East entrances. A most excellent trip that takes you and your vehicle thru ever-changing spectacular scenery. You also go through the 1.1 mile Zion-Mt. Carmel Tunnel. No stopping inside it but there are 5 gallerys, which are openings in ...
We started out early for the three and a half hour drive to the Grand Canyon north rim. We drove the scenic route which happens to also be the fastest route. We saw Cedar Canyons , Navajo lake, Pink sand dunes park, scenic overlooks and several interesting looking western towns.
Awesome is still the word for the Grand Canyon! We checked out the historic Grand Canyon Lodge and looked out the big windows at the canyon. After lunch ...
... go near the edge to look over the 50 foot drop. After a bit of training on the devices (a different set up to Dave’s last year) it was time to head over the edge. Like last year it took me a few minutes to find my feet, then I was fine…loving it, and smiling fit to burst! The others followed me down and it was on to the next part.
Mike gave us the choice of one morel long rappel and a hike out, or more smaller rappels, which is what we opted ...