New Bryce Inn And Cafe
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... sunscreen, etc. It was a hot one at 32+ degrees. The hike took us out along a canyon river bed before ascending fairly steeply up the canyon wall. Around 1000ft of climbing, and passing a couple of fairly sketchy bits of path - a bit too exposed for my nervous temperament. The aim of the hike was to reach a huge natural arch at the top of the canyon, where erosion had caused a huge rock collapse, at the top of the cliff, dropping though the canyon wall to form ...
... Angel's Landing we rested and had lunch and then headed up the Narrows. The water was down about two feet since I did it in June. It is also listed as a "strenuous hike". This time it was a piece of cake because I took a proper walking stick and wore tennis shoes.
Another day we went down to Tropic Reservoir for a swim in the cold 65degree water. They thought it was refreshing....I am still a Florida girl! We had Lars, their Welch Corgie along ...
We had an easy driving day from Heber City to Bryce Canyon. I am happy to report that we had no mechanical mishaps and a clear day with mostly flat terrain which enabled us to travel along at steady rate. It was estimated to take about four hours and with two gas stops we rolled into Ruby's RV and Campground in the late afternoon after just under five hours of driving. We set up camp and then had time to look around town with a quick jaunt into Bryce Canyon. ...
... these for every state we have visited) so we all ventured into this time warp of old American memorabilia and items from days gone by.
With three more licence plates purchased and a goodbye wave to the friendly owner, we were back on the road with popping ears as we ascended to altitudes of between 8,000-9,000 feet which is the altitude at which Bryce Canyon NP sits at. So much higher than we had been ...
May 26, 2015
From: Jacob Lake, AZ
To: Bryce Canyon City, AZ
Time: 9:15am = 4:30pm
It was great to get up in the cool mountain air. We met for breakfast at the Jacob Lake Inn restaurant where we learned that Jacob Lake is actually a small mud hole that was originally used to ...