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... hike that
involves some scrambling and maneuvering over and around rocks that block your
passage. It was a blast!!!!
Our next day was a jeep ride into Poison Springs Canyon (if
you haven’t notice yet…we like canyons). It was pretty cool but again we had a
river that blocked our way. We were good with that. This trail was pretty as
the Cottonwood trees were starting to bloom and was stark against the red ...
... actually thought that meant HE could turn around and head home...boy was HE wrong!! The scenery was most interesting as we traveled on from that point...lots of steep grades--10 %25 and 8%25 for many miles. We came through Mexican Hat where we saw Mexican Hat Rock which was by far the most interesting thing there! Our road wended its way through canyon lands and we saw so many stunning views and are so sorry we can share only a minuscule few. Driving through Bluff City, Utah, ...
... The payment machine was broken and had a sign to use the envelopes by the office. Zero envelopes were left by the door, and no one was working. This is the worst day of the trip. Hite is the worst destination on this map, and I am confused why Adventure Cycling Association has it routed this way. It was also 8 miles further from Hanksville than the sign listed. I want to leave this awful place before the sun rises. The showers ...
... went through some really open terrain with cool cliffs jetting out. I think this is still all sandstone. It does some pretty amazing stuff. I tried to take some pictures. I'm in Hanksville now and my map says I won't have services for 50 miles tomorrow... and the day after is no services for 75 miles. Both days are solid uphill. I'm considering going off route and ditching my map till CO. That means ...
... had the best public toilets we have seen so far :) Bryce for lunch and then on through Red Canyon to Zion National Park. We entered Zion from the East side and travelled through the famous one mile long tunnel cut into a massive rock wall. The Canyon revealed vertical rock walls that were spectacular and able to be viewed from close proximity. Fed by the Virgin ...
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90 So. Highway 95, Hanksville | Motelfrom $78