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  • Day45

    Von Escalante nach Cannonville

    May 16, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 20 °C

    Mittels Offroad-Shuttle-Service direkt zum Trailhead (die Fahrt mit dem offenen 4x4 machte bereits Spass), besuchten wir die „bekannten“ Slot Canyons: Peek-a-boo und Spooky. Als wir die teils sehr schlechte Strasse sahen, waren wir froh unserem Mietwagen mal eine Pause gegönnt zu haben.
    Die folgenden Stunden verbrachten wir dann mit Klettern, Staunen und Fotografieren (sofern möglich). Der Spooky-Canyon war teilweise so eng, dass man beim seitlichen „Gehen“ (es war mehr ein Raspeln) vorne und hinten von Fels umgeben war. Nichts für Personen mit Platzangst… aber ein unvergessliches Erlebnis. Zurück am Trailhead wurden wir sogleich abgeholt, allerdings mit einem Jeep. Unser Fahrer hatte die Auspuffanlage des 1. Offroaders unterwegs „verloren“. 
    In der Region um Cannonville verbrachten wir im Kodachrome Basin SP und Willis Creek noch 2 Wandertage. Nun sitzen wir im Hotel in Kanab, wo wir uns für eine Woche einrichten.
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  • Day20

    Bryce Canyon

    April 23, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    This is an amazing place and should be on the must see for everyone at some point. The day itself was struggle and one of the hardest days with the kids.

    It took us forever to get into the park,get a junior ranger booklet, get a shuttle and then finally to point 2, where Brandon had to listen to a geology talk to get his ranger badge.

    Bryce is different than the rest of the Colorado platue, as an ordinary process,the tectonic plates moving, 15 million years ago made extraordinary results due to the altitude of the canyon and leaving the hoodoos rock formations. It is no longer really a canyon anymore either.

    Bryce is small compared to some of the other national parks and it is able to be seen in a half day. We decided to hike the canyon, and took the sunset trail to sunrise trail along with Navajo trail. It was about 3 miles and it was down hill into the canyon and then back up.

    If it wasn't for kids (or Brandon), it would have been a fairly nice hike but it was a struggle for brandon. There was tears, tantrums and lots of complaining. No bribing worked this time. He made it though and we saw the beautiful national park.

    Brandon completed his ranger book and got his 3rd ranger badge. He also had 10 stickers on his rewards chart from various rewards for helping out and such so he was able to get a walking stick for future walks.

    That night we had a nice home cooked chicken dinner and even saw some deer at dinner time. We had an early fire and smores.
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