Baymont Inn And Suites St. George Northeast
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... more time would have stopped - next time.
I wasn't really prepared for how beautiful Zion is - I've seen pictures but in person, it was breathtaking and strange - giant red rocky mountains. It really looked like a different planet. Zion has a great free shuttle bus, which you hop on and it tells you about the landscape, dropping you off at different stops if you want to go off and explore/hike. We took it all the way to the end - Temple of Sinawava and did ...
We are in Utah. While we were in Utah we went canyoning in Zion national park.
At the start of canyoning I felt scared because we had to adbseil down a cliff in to a pool. It was freezing in the water!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It was called a slot canyon because it is so narrow.
At the end there was a spooky freezing swim through a dark tunnel. I felt freezing but glad to get out of the canyon.
I would like to go canyoning again, but not write about it!
... and Aspens
with a few canyon overlooks. Back through the meadows and buffalo
herd and down to Jacob's Lake, where we stopped and treated ourselves
to a real indoor, sit down lunch with ice cubes in the water! What a
thrill. Still a couple more hours and another time change to reach
Utah. We entered Zion National Park from the east, through the
beautiful red and white slickrock, past Checkerboard Mesa, pulled
over and hiked a bit through the red sand, and ...
... as possible. Plus, the earlier we arrived, the cooler it might be.
Arriving at Arches, we skipped getting the national park sign photo, skipped stopping at the Visitor's Center, and headed to the main arch viewing area. It was a beautiful day, but getting hotter. We got the last legal parking spot and took a hike up to see the arches. Mac and Josie were a little crabby, as it was hot, they were tired, and ...
... to the end of the canyon for a river walk, which was cool and very pleasant, rock squirrels to keep us company along with a mule deer buck in velvet (his antlers covered in soft down). From the end you can also do the narrows walk which is between two rock canyon walls, 20 feet apart with a river in it so you get wet. It is also an 8 hour return trip to do it all, not for us. There were a number of shorter walks/treks we decided ...