Windwhisper Cabin & Breakfast
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- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... 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 ...
... Hogsback". The road clings to a thin razorback ridge of slip rock, with steep terrain on each side falling towards winding creeks and canyons way below. Needless to say the driving was slow and cautious but the vistas were incredible. The Escalante Visitors Centre provided an introduction to the ecology of the 1.9 million acre Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument - land forms stepping down ...
... of shapes. They kuddos were my favorite which are the column like rocks. I've never seen them in real life but only on tv. Needed to say they at real and just as breath taking. Some of the rocks even had joles through it which were cool to see and imagine how they were formed. Needed to say Bryce is now a nice park i would love to come back to! Happy travels. -sweet ...
... the crowds you need to set off early in the morning. So we got up in the cold and dark, and caught the 7:45 shuttle bus up the canyon, to start the hike - only 5.4 miles round trip, but with 1500 feet of ascent. When you look up at the cliffs, it's hard to believe that there's a trail you can walk up, but ...
... the top were magic. We had a snack up there and there were a lot of chipmunks hanging around wanting scraps, one even jumped on Andy! On the way down it was getting hot and we had to pass a lot of people going up which was tricky in some places. We were very happy to be heading down and giving big smiles to those on their way up. We saw a huge tarantula on the path. I caught the shuttle to another stop and walked along the Colorado River for a mile to the start of ...