BEST WESTERN Red Hills
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... is a narrow section of canyon lying at the very north point of Zion Canyon. After a leisurely stroll along a 20-minute riverside walk (full of fat squirrels I might add!), the path ends and tips you into the Virgin River itself.
This is why we needed some additional kit before attempting the hike. It's a river hike, so inevitably you get wet and it can be tough in places ...
... saying that Jacob Lake "waters more deer than the entire Pacific Ocean."
The vicinity of Jacob Lake remained popular despite, or perhaps because of, its relative inaccessibility. It was an important source of lumber and game for local settlements, and cattle would graze on the Kaibab's abundant grass during the summer months. During the winter months, ten feet of ...
... defeat and even getting back down terrifies the life out of me . Some nice American man takes our picture which takes my mind off how terrified I am and Charlie helps me down and he then sets off . Sitting at the edge of the peak I had an amazing view of the canyon and Peregrine falcons flying over my head. I also don't feel so bad as after only a few minutes there are several ladies who get as far as me and then have to turn ...
... and down hill to the park. Downhill on slippery ice is even more interesting. This was a really great walk with fantastic views out over the National park.
We did one final walk for the day to the upper emerald pools. However the pools were frozen over but the were some spectacular icicles hanging off the wall. The lower pools were closed due to falling ice. Our legs were due a well earned rest so we headed back down and back to the hotel for a much earned ...
... some bighorn sheep on the cliffs. What an awesome sight! As my husband tried to photograph them, one began to move.. It really was incredible to watch him sure-footedly make his way down the steep cliff. After watching them for a bit, we continued our 1/2 mile hike to the viewpoint. We walked into a shady alcove along the way, which was nice for a quick cool-off. When we reached the viewpoint, there was only one other person there. The views were breathtaking!!! ...