Moab Rim Campark
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... so did we. There was grit everywhere.
Early in the day we decided that we were going to come back to the park after dinner and take the 3 mile hike up to the Delicate Arch. At the end of the day we decided not to. We climbed up a path to see it from a mile away and after that, we knew that our ship had sailed and we weren’t doing a 3 mile hike. We saw people in the ...
... sloping sides, through which you could see incredible structures of red rocks, pillars, pinnacles and canyons contrasting with the bright blue sky beyond. We sat in the shade of a nearby tree and ate our lunch. It was a stunning spot to enjoy some chilled out time, taking in the monumental view in front of us. After a while, we were able to pouch up the courage to clamber up the sloping sides to the centre of the arch and pose for photos. From atop the arch, we had even ...
... Following this, on our way to Double O Arch, the trail, rated 'difficult', showed its true worth. We needed to scramble up over 'slick rock' - smooth rock with little or no traction, as well as walking along a couple of 'fins' of rock. The weather though was quite pleasant at this time of the morning. There were a lot of pools of water along the path, from last night's thunderstorm. It was so bad that even by 3pm the popular Delicate Arch trail ...
... 10 persons in a porta-potty at the same time? As I emerged from the bathroom feeling MUCH better, a few more massive RV camper vans and buses pulled into the already full parking lot and starting dispensing more Japanese and German tourists. We decided to move on and do some more hiking (in potentially less-crowded spots) before it got too hot to move. We hiked to Landscape Arch (over a football-field in length) and Double-Arch and stopped to visit the Three Gossips before ...
1 A.M. and Linda is telling me it is time to get up. These 'mornings' are getting earlier and earlier. Oh well this is our final hiking day and its time to hike out of the Canyon. We quitely prepare for the pending hike a quick check of our site to make sure nothing is being left behind and we are off.The moon is hidden behind the cliffs of the south rim and statshine is not enough to light the path so we hike in almost complete ...
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