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... has carved a deep canyon into the ground with extremely tight meanders. The river loops round back on itself very closely numerous times creating an impressive winding canyon, seen from the viewpoint above. There weren't really any hiking trails here though so we moved on.
Passing through Moab we made our way to Dead Horse Point State Park, nestled between Arches and Canyonlands National Parks (frustratingly still off limits). This state park however, more than made up from ...
... terrain instead of a huge climb coming to the same point from Zion, sounds good to us and at 7am it was still quite cool... Driving driving driving windy gravel road... No signpost... Went over the 6 miles and didn't know what to do until another car headed towards us which we flagged down.. he had been given the same map and directions and had gone 5 miles further than us.. nothing! I bet that lady was laughing especially when four ...
... scenic road. It would take some time out of the way to investigate it. So we got back on 89 then to Route 9 (which goes through the park and then into Springdale.)
There was traffic on entering the park. The road into the tunnel is a 2-way road but they were making it a one way so you have to wait to be allowed into the tunnel. What a tunnel! It goes on for miles! Not for someone whom is afraid of tunnels. We thought it odd that you had to pay the park fee ($25- we had our ...
... the speed limit- he drives like an old man- I couldn't imagine what he was thinking.
We stopped a number of times to take pictures of the view. The hummer in front of us let his people out and then got the hummer in a very precarious position on an huge rock so they could take pictures.
I couldn't believe I was doing this and I was glad I didn't bring a pocket book it would have fallen out. The whole time I had to wear sunglasses and when ...
... desert cactus it was really hot. We did about an hour of the trail before heading back as it was getting dark.
We did the angels landing trail the next day, but got up early to do it so we didnt get too hot. The trail was really steep and hard, with short steep winding bends. The views from almost the top were amazing.
As we got high there was part of it where you had to hold onto chains, with sheer drops on the edge of a cliff ...
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