Village of Many Nations
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... Angels Landing, started innocently enough, as it carved its way along the Virgin River. Then it abruptly changed; our Manitou Incline training helped us as the gradient of the trail soared upward, cutting a notch across a vertical wall. Refrigerator Canyon provided a breather, but then Walter's Wiggles--25 steep switchbacks--rose above us. At the top, after 1,000 vertical feet so far, the real nature of Angels Landing revealed itself: a steep, winding ridge (rising another 600 ...
... park, we finally began our hiking vacation. Michael has been here many times, the last time with Caitlin on a road trip back to Oregon for college, but Deb has not. With only the afternoon left, we drove to the end of the road, and ventured a short way up the Virgin River Narrows. After driving into Zion through 65-degree sunshine with the top down on our convertible Mustang (oh, we didn't mention that before?), and ...
... on what walks we could do as the trails were most likely going to be snowy and icy. The national parks people were very helpful and we worked out a few hikes we hoped to do while we were here.
Springdale is a small town and as it was winter a number of places were closed so we wandered down the street(there is only one main street) to find somewhere open for dinner. On our way home we dodged the deer that were grazing on the sidewalk and stopped by the ...
For our last day in Zion, we decided to exit out the East Tunnel and then head on to Lake Powell for our last night before heading back home. This is one of the most awe-inspiring parts of the park. You travel up and out of the canyon and through the famous tunnel that was built beginning in the 1920's and completed in the 1930's.
Since we had left the campground fairly early, we did ...
... back. We found the place right beyond the entrance to the park but the store where you were to buy your tokens was closed. Went into the grocery store next door and they told us they sold the tokens and so we now knew where to get a shower.
Checked out the brew pub that was next door and were assured they had wine and so we thought we might return there for dinner. Biked up the hill to the Soleil and enjoyed ourselves a nice brunch ...