Glen Canyon Lodge
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... here, but vow to come back the area and explore more in the future. Maybe taking a boat ride and hike up Rainbow Bridge, maybe visit the “Hole in the Rock” trail the Utah chiseled away during their 1st exploration. In any case, we’d love to take a week long rafting trip launched from Lees Ferry. There’s so much to do and so much to see here. Red rock canyons and blue lake, just amazing!
... sediment. And it took another 50 million years for the wind and rain to carve out these wonders. Just like the stars the monuments have been named due to their resemblance to familiar things. It was an extremely dusty ride. Those cowboys must have needed a bath at the end of the trail.
Our next stop was Lake Powell. The Lake is a reservoir on the Colorado River, created by the flooding of Glen Canyon and the ...
... to lower the floor level which is about 7 metre deep at the moment. So this would change the whole viewpoint.Everyone came away smiling and appreciative of such a magnificent natural wonder.Russell had a swim in the resort pool to freshen up, however the water was too warm, so came back for a refreshing shower. Just found out Page is the hottest, driest town in the Area.Happy Birthday to Pauline from Indian ...
Easily the best day of the holiday yet. We joined a tour group run by Hidden Canyon Kayaking in Page who rented out kayaks and took us on a tour of Lake Powell by water. The catch was the tandem kayak. I apparently have no power when I paddle and Alex was very preoccupied with direction and braking. Net result was quite a lot of bickering in one of the most beautiful kayaking venues I've ever been to. �� ...
... br> We eventually were able to go to the tour meeting place and took a bus to get to the canyon, which is very well hidden, and you wouldn't know it was there unless you went on one of the tours (you also cannot get to it without going on a tour), but I was definitely worth the money paid! The canyon is located on Navajo land (Navajo's (pronounced Nava-ho) are a Native American Tribe). There are two parts to the canyon, the upper, and lower parts. ...
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- Holiday Inn Express good as always
- Disappointing for a Holiday Inn Express.
- Good hotel in the middle of Page
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