Windwhisper Cabin & Breakfast
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... a narrow canyon, following the Virgin River. 90% of the hike requires you to tread through shin to knee high water… very nice considering the temps were hot. After treading water upstream for a couple miles we turned back to start heading downstream back to the shuttle bus. We were dropped off near the visitor center and then walked the short distance to our campground and relaxed the rest of the day.
The next morning we took our time getting up ...
... have been quite a few deaths on this climb. Some of the rocks were spread so far apart, I had to use the chain to hoist myself up. I had no clue about the top of this hike. So many people come to Bryce after hiking Angels Landing in Zion and say we just want an easy hike today. One lady came in and shared with me that she cried on her way up. Somehow I was totally oblivious to the reality of the hike and the endurance needed to get to the top.
... of this place. After taking in most of the popular sights, we stopped at the lodge for lunch. Again, not to sound like a complainer, but the lodge was just “OK” It did not match the grandeur of some of the other National Park Lodges. When we got back to the campground I threw a brisket on the smoker and we all kicked backed for a while the meat cooked and cooked and cooked and………..By 10 PM the ...
As with all our drives between destinations, Zion to Bryce was no exception on the beauty / interesting scale. We passed lots of small country towns, typically with nothing more than a Diner, cute Church and a 'Trading Post' (a general cowboy store) which seem to be popular shops in this part of the world.
One town had an ornate American antique shop advertising cheap licence plates (we have started ...
... with ferns and flowers - maidenhair and golden columbine.
Shuttle again then walked the Kayenta trail to the Emerald Pool, then back to the lodge, about 6 km total walking. The whole canyon so awesome. Spotted folk on top, who had climbed to Angels Landing, on the rim, so named because only angels could get up there.
Back at the Visitor Centre, John tried Root Beer Floater! Shuttle back to Springdale. Saw the same Czech folk in their expedition vehicle ...