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... to an epic sunset watching the canyon change is something that everyone should put on their bucket list.
Waking up early the next day we were greeted to overcast and windy conditions but not to be deterred we put on jumpers and went for a walk down into the canyon. Due to time constraints we only went a short way down but still we got a good perspective on how vast the canyon is.Lots of people were about ...
... walls on the South side are 7000ft and the North side 8,000ft. Across the canyon was 12 mile where we were looking - hard to imagine this, but then you look down (1 mile) and see all the different formations and get bit of an idea of the expanse. The colours of the sandstone are beautiful. The edge is so abrupt and there is very little railing ...
... was drawing to an end I did not want to leave.
The way back up took twice as long and was 5 times as difficult. Although, none the less the hike up was just as enjoyable, definitely more challenging and ultimately more rewarding. Finally, reaching the top after 9 hours and 200oz of water later shouting, "VICTORY", into the canyon for all to hear, again I found myself smiling from ear to ear. My body was swore ...
With our time in the Las Vegas luxury firmly set in our rear view mirror, for a couple of hours at least, our plan for the day was to visit the Hoover Dam. Unlike everything else in the States our intended destination was a positively short one hour journey away. As we arrived and drove over the dam into the car park, Abbie voiced her amazement whilst Josh was once again reminded why heights, especially when strong winds were involved, weren't his favourite thing. Such is the ...
... enough to make life distinctly uncomfortable!! Alex nearly fainted at the bottom of the trail (he claimed he was having a heat attack) but we survived and his heart is back to normal! On our way down we saw a couple of American Condors, some blue coloured birds and about a million tame squirrels who would do anything to make off with your food! We got to spend the midday heat relaxing in our room before the ...