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... for us, a very beutiful sight.We take our last steps out off of the trail and are officially 'out' of the canyon, we are quite pleased with ourselves. Our total hiking distance has been approx. 52 Kms and apart from tired muscles and sore\blistered feet we have are un-scathed. A quick photo op and we are off to catch a bus back to the Hermit trailhead to pickup the Rodeo. On the bus ride over the driver tells us that they pulled ...
... log in the middle of the canyon. After breakfast we took a short walk into the national park to appreciate the beautiful scenery, scenic arches, pinnacles and interesting rock formations. On our way back to the bus we noticed a double arch above us. It was an unusual sight. Without hesitating we decided to climb it. We clambered up the rocks to enjoy the spectacular view over the arches. The view was breathtaking making it worth all the effort. Happy to ...
... the first few days in Moab, so between the two of us, sickness limited our ability to fully experience the National Parks as we had expected to. The heat was also limiting. We drank water and liquids all day long, and kept our sun hats on. We also sprayed each other with our spray bottle and hung out in the shade when it was available. Still, we felt like we were baking and we didn’t feel inspired to be very intrepid.
... bringing with it rain, horrendous wind, and cool temps. The long-timers in the Creek were starting to get wary and some just gave up and left.
If you've never climbed at the Creek, it is one area where climbers do not debate the necessity of tape gloves ...
... up camp and ate an early dinner of leftovers then headed of to the arches national park. The plan tonight was to hike up to the delicate arch to watch the sunset. There was such a variety of colours across the hike including reds, whites, yellows, greens and blues. It was amazing to see. There isn't exactly a specific path but every now and then there would be a little pile of rocks that someone had piled up that is basically the path you should follow. We ...
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