DoubleTree Resort & Spa by Hilton Brian Head
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Travel Blogs from Brian Head
... by car. If you want to camp overnight they give you a bear proof container to put all your food into as there are lots of black bears in the park! No thanks to any camping offer here for us Bryce Canyon is in Utah....much nicer scenery....green grass...plants...animals that look healthy! Much more like home! We had lunch just outside the park and then drove to ...
... again this trip!! Well because of the flat, Grandpa had to head into St George, Utah and get a new spare, leaving the 4 of us to spend the day exploring the rest of the canyon.
Our first stop was Weeping Rock, a short steep walk to a large rock overhang. Inside the rock, water continuously seeps and flows from any crevice it can find. The result is a lush garden of ferns and flowers literally hanging from the rock ...
This is a small version of Bryce Canyon National Park. A condensed version, but more color variation in places. I did the same 4 mile hike twice in one day. The second one was to see what the place would be like at sunset, seeing as it faces west. Unfortunately, there wasn't much of a
sunset, but I ...
Today was to be a family day to the Narrows. But after hiking Observation Point and finding Echo Canyon, I though it would be ideal hike for Luce. So the plan was to hike Echo Canyon and cool off in the Narrows.
However our visit to Utah this year has been slightly different. The weather is not what we are used to. Its cloudy and most afternoons you can see the storms form in the distance. Not good in an area like this. We know of flash floods, but never been affected ...
... 8 mile hike. We had the normal narrative on the bus, and were amongst 10 people to get off at the rock. We were last to leave the bus stop for the trail, as we got our kit out, started off the Garmin and got my camera setup. So eager was I at the start that I chose the wrong track, and we ended up under Weeping Rock, a dead end of about 1/4 mile. Sorry Io ! Back to the start and with a few jokes, we started up the trail. Wow what can I say? Up up and up. Talking about this ...
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