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... was a bit steep but was good for a week and included a fee for the tunnels (more later). We entered from the east and our campground was in the southwest corner of the park, so we crossed the entire park. Went through 2 tunnels, the first was short and 2-laned, but the second was spectacular. It dated from the 30s and is 1.1 miles long. It is so narrow that only single lane traffic alternates through it. In a couple of places, windows ...
... is a bush covered sandy beach and a designated camping spot for boaties and rafters - what a magic spot! Spent the next 2-3 hours here as the sun was setting amongst clouds and taking pics. Gotta say my heart was thumping anytime I went near the edge as it is a 1000' sheer drop to the water.
We shot over 600 images today! It never ceases to amaze me how spectacular The West of America is - this is our fourth or fifth trip and it just blows you away! ...
... about getting back to the Riverwalk. At every major trailhead or natural feature, parking lots were overflowing and people were parking on the road. Such was the case at the very end near the Riverwalk. We elected to give it up and come out of the park.
So heading east out of the park through numerous tunnels including the 1.1 mile Zion-Mt. Carmel tunnel was an interesting and scenic drive..not to mention a climb to a bit less than ...
... Trading Post. We then continued on the highway towards Page, following the map and the GPS. We were almost at Page, when the road was closed (there was a small sign to Page earlier down the road which cars turned off, but not signs that the road was closed). So we had to turn around and drive back for about 1/2 hr or so, and take the alternate route.
We finally made Page, and headed to the Lower Antelope Canyon. Once again, the GPS took us ...
... to warnings and then they have been stuck in the narrow canyon with rapidly rising water.
Once inside the entrance, I started to immediately realise what it was about and the postcards and photos I had seen earlier made sense. Essentially the rocks have been weathered by natural flooding and weather coming in through crevices in the "roof" which in turn creates unusual formations.
And when you look up towards ...
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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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