Gorgeous and inspiring photos. Yet another fun place that I would like to explore.
Thank you very much. Definately worthwhile at least once. That whole area is absolutely gorgeous with so much to do.
those pictures are really amazing
incredible. now i must go there
Thanks. It's definately worth the trip
Beautiful pictures. On my "Must See List" now!
Amazing photos !
Thanks. I'll have to make a special trip to AZ for Antelope, "the Wave" and a San Francisco Peaks climb.
Thanks. My wife and I are going to give "The Wave" another shot. I am looking forward to a day off since the San Franciscos are right in my backyard. I will be climbing them quite a bit on my days off.
...reading and fantastic pictures. Nice job!
Thank you very much
to anyone who is hooked on slot canyons, check out Steve Allen's "Technical Canyoneering Loops in Southeast Utah". I did the White Canyon Loop years ago, and a softer version of his Dark Canyon Loop. Canyoneering is the ultimate multielement wilderness adventure in my book.
Thanks. I will have to check out that book. I'm right there with you on canyoneering, it is yet another hobby to add to mountain climbing and hiking now.
Yes, it's definitely an awesome place. When I went I forgot my tripod in my truck, forcing me to take all hand-held shots for time I was in the canyon. Bummer, but I still managed to get a few good ones (on film, no less). Thanks for sharing your incredibly nice images, 2skinners--my favorite is the flowing sand.
Thank you. Looking at your pictures is always a pleasure. Tripod or not.
Thanks Chief. I definately am still going to take your advice on paddling Lake Powell. It sounds like a great adventure, and to get away from the hoards of people would be truely great. It's sad because most are there for the same reason, but solitude is golden just as well.