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Day 1: before we make another detour off Route 66, we decide to give a visit to Lower Antelope Canyon one more try.
After brekkie we drive out to the site and pay the tour guide fee. The Lower Antelope Canyon is run by 2 Navajo families. The guy at the ticket booth is nice enough to give us a discount off the park fees. In theory, if you …
... there, starting off with a relatively short one up to Hidden Canyon on the first afternoon, where we got our first taste of some single file trails with huge drops to one side (fortunately equipped with chains to hold on to).
We wanted to do the famed Angel's Landing trail the next day, but ...
... not alone. The next stop was at the Grotto. We walked the 1/2 mile Grotto trail to the Zion Lodge before crossing the road to the Lower Emerald Pools Trail head. We walked this little over a half mile gradual raising trail to the end of a small canyon where we saw a couple of small waterfalls and pools. The sun was shinning on the waterfalls to make a rainbow. Many people were here. After viewing the falls, we took the mostly down hill Kayenta Trail back to the ...
... Powell. We set up
camp, and all ended up in the water, floating downstream through the
rapids or just wading through the boulders and sand, cooling down
from the afternoon heat before a late dinner. Early morning tomorrow
as we really need to be up at 5:30 to reach St George for our rock
Sunday morning brought howling wild
winds and I am impressed that our tent was still here, although some
of the stakes have ...
We did some really amazing technical slot canyons today. Pine Creek runs along the tunnel and you'd never know the hidden beauty that you're missing from the road view. It has a short, 5-minute approach from the east entrance of the tunnel. It's goes from deep dark slot canyon to grand open rooms with jammed logs that washed in during floods. It opens up even more at the end and I could see the tunnel's windows cut out of the rock on the ...