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Aujourd'hui, je me réveille à 5h30 après avoir dormi pour la première fois 8h d'affilée. Nous retournons ce matin dans l'Utah et on avance à nouveau d'une heure. Nous rejoignons Cannonville via la Cottonwood Road qui nous sert de raccourcis. Il s'agit d'une piste non asphaltée; par temps sec, aucun danger. S'il a plu il faut impérativement un 4x4 …
... you see are not Americans. You hear so many different languages being spoken, mostly European languages with a lot of Dutch, German and French. A fair amount of what I suspect is Chinese. It is like the world has discovered this beautiful part of the US, but Americans have not. A hiker stopped Mark and asked him about the trail. When Mark responded, the hiker said "Oh, you speak English."
Actually, it seems everyone speaks English, ...
... red rocks at the from here to Dixie forest area. The nearby dry creek was a bit like an Australian outback creek. It was encouraging to see 18 Km of good cycle path all the way to the entrance to the Bryce Canyon National Park.
After lunch at Subway did the 18km drive through the park to Yovimpa Point. From the car park we did a 1.6 Km walk to see the Bristlecone pine trees.It was sad to see the 1600 year ...
... and the Indians thought they were some kind of curse.
We checked into our campsite and then drove about 12 miles to Kodachrome Basin State Park to see more of these unique rock formations and cliffs. Unfortunately there was much of this park we were unable to see because of dirt roads and we couldn't take the motorhome on them.
... short climb on both hikes, we enjoyed about a one mile loop around spires and with views of the basin below. It was easy to see how the park got its name. Looking out, there are so many areas with both distinct and subtle colors, and as the sun sets they are only more vibrant. The basin itself is a light mossy green, while the spires and mountains are orange and creamy white. The area is dotted with large forest green shrubs and trees. Around each spire ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Staircase Inn Cannonville
Good average country motel. Clean. Quiet.
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