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After waving goodbye to the debauchery of Vegas, we checked in with our new family for the next 7 days. Our tour leader was another bright and chipper American, with a thick drawling accent that evoked the charm of the Deep South. We drove. North out of the city and headed for the hills and canyons of Utah. Our travelling companions were a Venezuelan mother and daughter who now resided in Miami, two Milanese Italians, two Germans who had been au pairing in Vermont and a ...
... offs. South of Boulder there is a 2 mile 8% grade and 1 mile of 12% grade. You finish with a 2 mile 8% drop into Bryce Canyon.
This drive just gets better each mile, the scenery changes with each curve.
Bryce is home to the Hoodoos. According to an Indian story a HooDoo is a bad person turned to stone by the Coyote. On closer examination I do believe ...
... hoodoos, formed by frost weathering and stream erosion of the river and lake bed sedimentary rocks. The red, orange and white colors of the rocks provide spectacular view for park visitors. Bryce sits at a much higher elevation than nearby Zion National Park. The rim at Bryce varies from 8000 to 9000 ...
... the top I found a rock and said a prayer to Our Angels. This would have been a great place to launch if I was wearing one of those flying fox suits.
Owen and Siena's favorite hike was The River Walk which then turned into Narrows. They were awesome. They hiked through the canyon and river all the way up to Mystery Canyon and it's waterfall. This by far was Summer's favorite hike as well. Another one of Sum's fav was the hike to ...
... wheelchairs, the Riverside Walk (Gateway to
the Narrows) is suitable for all ages. More adventurous or strenuous
hikes include Angels Landing and The Narrows. No matter what type of hike you are looking for you are sure to find it at Zion National Park.
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