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Subject: [Leica] Travelling in south-western utah - suggestions?
From: kididdoc at (Steve Barbour)
Date: Fri Sep 17 13:23:56 2004
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Adam, As for Arizona.... the North Rim of the 
Grand Canyon is fantastic, much less frequested, 
and several hundred feet higher that the South.... 
and the Canyon de Chelly is wonderful....take a 
jeep  ride down inside the canyon.....go wide, or 
  go long, just go....

have fun....Steve

Wade Heninger wrote:
>>My wife and I are taking a bit of holiday and driving over to
>>south-western Utah to check out the national parks: Zion, Bryce, the
>>North Rim, etc etc as well as Monument Valley and Canyon de Chelly.
>>If you frequent those areas we'd LOVE some hints for things we might
>>not think of.
>>Obviously I'm taking very camera I own.
> Its hard to go wrong in southern Utah.
> Personally I stay away from Zion and head to some of the lesser known 
> areas.
> My favorite area is Escalante Monument - head down hole in the rock road 
> are
> some great slot canyons (spooky gultch etc).
> You can also hit the needles area in Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Dead Hores
> State Park, Paria Canoyon.
> I mostly backpack in these areas, but there are some great things down
> there.
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