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... then a walk up to the Southern Window - amongst the red rock.
Twenty six of us doing the jet boat ride 18 mile down the Colorado River which includes a cowboy style dinner - not near as wild as our jet boating experience in NZ. Into our lodgings at 7.45pm - another long day, but a good one.
... 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 ...
... the Greenwell Inn are used to catering for fitness freaks such as ourselves.
We loaded the car and set-off to explore the unique landscape of Arches National Park, which is situated 6 km North of Moab. The park has over 2,000 natural stone arches, in addition to hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive fins and giant balanced rocks.
We started our visit with a trip to the visitors centre, which is situated just inside the park ...
... we arrived at Monument Valley around 6am, thirty minutes before sunrise.
As we waited for Darren to arrive we took some pictures, and enjoyed the magic of the scenery. The sky started to change colour and there was a faint hint of the rising sun on the horizon; but where was Darren, he said he’d be here by 6:15am and it was now nearer 6:30am. Maybe we should’ve paid that deposit!
As we started to wonder whether our efforts to get ...
... crowded it became as most other people’s enthusiasm waned or their children became too fussy and tired. At one point I was crossing a tricky, slippery rocky area (of which there were plenty on this hike) and I told Steve (who was behind me) my plan of attack to cross the river. I turned around and Steve was nowhere to be seen, and I had instead just informed a total stranger of my strategic hiking plan. He was a good sport, though, responding by telling me that "information ...
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