Halls Crossing

Address: Highway 276, Lake Powell, Utah, 84533, United States | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Lake Powell

Lake Powell

A travel blog entry by binnaburra on Oct 15, 2014

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This morning we travelled along Route 66 from Williams to Flagstaff an attractive and active city of 55,000 people that serves as the geographical, cultural and recreational centre of Northern Arizona. It is surrounded by national forests and sits at the foot of Arizona's highest mountain, 12,634 - foot Humphrey's Peak, which ...

Zion National Park

A travel blog entry by lolly81 on Sep 19, 2014

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I bid a sad farewell to Vegas and we headed onwards to Zion National Park. After a bit of lunch and setting up camp, we made our way to our first hike which took us to the lower and upper Emerald Pools. A pretty gentle hike considering the hikes we were going to attempt later on our trip. After our hike we headed back to camp for a pretty chilled evening in prep for our early morning start for the monumental hike the next day. I'm usually a morning person, but the 5:30 alarm ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by laurenschilling on Sep 06, 2014

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Day 4. Today was a huge day of reflection. I had 12 hours on the road...with many stops along the way. I started off by watching the sunrise in 44 degree weather in Colorado at the Great Sand Dunes, then headed west to the four corners, monument valley, hiked a little bit at a scenic spot, went swimming in the breathtaking Lake Powell, watched a gorgeous sunset in Utah, had a great meal, and now I'm camping out under the stars drinking tea in ...

Lake Powell et al

A travel blog entry by alexandruth on Aug 21, 2014

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... feeling a little bit full - 18hours later! Watched the sun set over Horse-shoe canyon.  So named as there is a sandstone island which has been eroded away from the mainland.  Lots of tourists about, but still a very magical experience.  Soon to go off on a kayak tour to see some of the smaller, slot canyons around here!  Maybe have a dip in the lake (depends on how cold the water ...

The purpose.

A travel blog entry by chrisbaumann87 on Jul 29, 2014

------------------In endless space and time. Laws of nature survive. I was created. And I will die. The middle is the unknown, and all that I am aware of.------------- .

You are alive, and aware of the situation. Are you aware of the amount of time and space that is out there? Is it possible to comprehend infinite? Can you step away out of your body and look at humans as just another life form, on just another planet. Its hard to imagine but out of the trillions of ...