Days Inn - Hurricane
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... and is prone to flash floods from rainfall 8 miles away. It has large rocks under the water and the water is completely opaque with sediment.
Mark and Joe lent us some proper walking staffs. Grizzly, Blondie, Honey and BooBoo. Essential kit as you are constantly slipping on ricks that you can't see and being tugged by currents and rapids. It was great. There is a Riverside Walk that takes you 1.5 miles ...
... drove through sin city and marveled at the opulence and kitschy glitz that seem to increase exponentially with time (how many neon-illuminated, over-air conditioned, theme-casinos do we need on this planet?), and onward into a tiny bit of the far north-west corner of Arizona before crossing into Utah after sunset.
Although Zion is in the far southwest corner of Utah, it’s not exactly close to the main freeway. Our theme of inadvertently taking many high ...
... soaking in a bit of the history of Zion on our way. The approach to the river trailhead was about a mile on a paved nature trail where we saw fat squirrels begging for food. Once we reached the river, it took us awhile to get comfortable hiking in the water, and we found that it was easier walking in the shallows. The kids however were giggling with delight and wanted to stay in the deeps.
We kept hiking until we reached a section of ...
... of going to Page, but it was worth it so I wasn’t too
bothered. After driving through we found out there was some free camping on BLM
Land (Bureau of Land Management), by the time we got there it had gotten pretty
dark but managed to find a space.
While setting up our tent for the night, our neighbours came
over to meet us, it turned out we were camping next to some personal friends of
Alice Cooper and that he had even been a ...
... the shuttle to walk and or take pictures. At the first stop was the visitor center. Near the visitor center was a campground which was busy today. One of the stops has the museum. Another stop has a lodge where you can get a room if you want. You can also pay for horses and go on a horse trail near the lodge. We took the bus to the last stop an a got off. We went on a short trial and took pictures of the Lake and soundings. On this trail ...