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TravelPod Member ReviewsDefiance House Lodge Bullfrog
Great road to get here, marina is very nice but check ferry is running if you intend to take it, when we visited the water level was too low meaning we had to back track 40 miles the following morning.
The rooms are nicely furnished with a average restaurant on site
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... we gently floated along, Absolutely Jaw dropping canyon scenery. The walls started at about 600ft high going higher as we went to end up at 1000 ft in height, realised the scale browns when Nate pointed out people at the top of lookouts at Horseshoe Bend (look it up) who looked like small matchsticks.The colours went from whitish to Rich Browns. Black rocks called varnish were from the mixture of iron and ...
... up the tunnel and back to our car. After we left the center, we drove down to the lookout for Horseshoe Bend. The girl at the counter said "oh its just a five minute walk..definitely worth checking out". Liar. It was about 20 minutes each way in the deep sand up and down big hills. We were sucking some serious wind at the end, especially because of the high elevation. Horseshoe Bend is gorgeous...but completely anxiety provoking as ...
Yesterday I was sitting in a restaurant using the wifi when a man came in wearing biking gloves. He sat close by and I heard him talking on his phone about riding, so I just had to ask. He said he was not really a biker but more of a walker. To make a long story short, his name is Gary Hause, also known as 'The Walking Man' and he has currently walked over 25,000 miles all over the world and is currently chasing a Guinness World Record. Check out his site at: ...
Weather today hot and sunny, no rain in sight so off we head to Horseshoe canyon. Walk to the canyon from the parking lot is not too long (3/4 mile) and not too strenuous, however most of it is walking on sand and it is hot, hot, hot! Al and I have become pretty acclimatized to these conditions - water, sunscreen, hat, sunshades and my hiking stick. Once again the views are incredible as we look into ...
... only a few feet shorter than Hoover Dam, and Dean got to do their Junior Ranger Program. We learned a lot about the history of the area and how all the major canyons and land formations on the Colorado Plateau tie together. We're learning a lot of geological history on this trip!
When I was looking at potential destinations before our trip started, I heard about Antelope Canyon somewhere and saw some beautiful pictures, but to me it looked like the ...