Utah - Fall, 2001
Bryce Canyon National Park - Navaho Loop Down


Views of the Navaho Loop trail going down.
Going below the rim, even just a few feet gives a totally different feeling.
Everyone should go down a few feet.


The first look down the Wall!


10 switchbacks are visible.


The trail narrows!


We go through a wall and down some more.


Jim on the trail looking down.


Roz on the trail looking up.


The woods at the bottom.

At the bottom, Jim and I separated, staying in touch with our walkie talkies. I completed the Navaho loop, while Jim did the complete Peekaboo loop trail, and headed up the Queen's Garden trail. We met at Sunrise Point.

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Bryce Canyon National Park. Navaho Loop Going Down
October 2, 2001
Hiking
12:00 noon
1:00 pm
1 hour
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.7 mile down
Warm and clear and beautiful
Quite an experience. So many switch backs

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