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    Lita Silva added drive

    16 days ago

    Lita Silva completed Bourbon Lake

    18 days ago

    Lita Silva added Bourbon Lake

    18 days ago

    Lita Silva added centerville trail

    about 1 month ago

    Lita Silva saved Malan's Peak Trail

    2 months ago

    Lita Silva completed Malan's Peak Trail

    2 months ago

    Lita Silva saved Burch Creek Trail

    2 months ago

    Lita Silva saved Triumph Trail

    2 months ago

    Lita Silva reviewed Yellow Pine Trail

    3 months ago

    Steady incline through out the hike. We didn’t get through it the entire hike, we only got half way through it, we started late in the day and had to get back for a prior engagement. The first mile of the trail was pretty exposed to the sun but there after there were trees along the path and had some shade for the following couple of miles. The scenery was pretty and parts green but parts were really dry. The nice thing about it too was we got listen to the creek/stream next to the trail on and off. In the shadier part of the trail we crossed next to the river and there were tons of butterflies, which made it a phenomenal passing. It was a nice hike.

    Lita Silva completed Yellow Pine Trail

    3 months ago

    Lita Silva saved Yellow Pine Trail

    3 months ago

    Lita Silva saved Sunset Point Trail

    3 months ago

    Lita Silva saved Harris Butte Trail

    3 months ago

    Lita Silva saved South Beach Trail

    3 months ago

    Lita Silva saved Brookings Sign Beach

    3 months ago

    Lita Silva saved Beaver Falls

    4 months ago

    Lita Silva added 30 mile practice

    4 months ago

    Lita Silva reviewed Taylor Canyon Trail

    5 months ago

    Pretty hike. Incline the whole way up, crossed the creek three or four times. The trail is marked pretty good until last part (last sign reads upper Taylor canyon) after that you follow the trail up. I followed the trail up but there was a fork in the path and I went left instead of right and it took me toward the overlook, so I didn’t see a waterfall at the end but I saw a gorgeous canyon view. It was beautiful but kind of scary since I went on a super windy day and I was up pretty high, lol :)

    Lita Silva saved Taylor Canyon Trail

    5 months ago

    Lita Silva completed Taylor Canyon Trail

    5 months ago

    Lita Silva added Taylor canyon hike

    5 months ago

    Lita Silva reviewed Peek-a-Boo and Spooky Slot Canyons

    6 months ago

    The road from hwy 12 to the trail head was terrible driving on it, 26 miles of wash board road. I was driving an AWD, CRV and it was still yucky. Parts of it you can go faster and it would help with minimizing the shaking but parts of it you had to slow down. It took a while to drive it, so be sure you’re not in a hurry when going there because it will take time to and from. I parked at the parking lot right before the road got really rough (the last turn off before the trailhead) and then we just walked the last mile to the trail head. The hike to and from the slot canyons, not too bad, just follow the cairns. I downloaded a map and studied it prior to going so I had an idea of where things were and could easily refer to he map if needed. We had a fantastic time hiking these slot canyons. We ended up doing three of the four in the area, dry fork, peekaboo and spooky slot canyons. Dry fork, easy peasy, no obstacles great for all ages, it started off wide and by the time we finished the walls were about three to four feet apart (the hike in it was in and out). It was a pretty slot canyon, great for photos. Peekaboo and spooky (the hike we did it as a loop together), they were challenging indeed. It was like an obstacle course. There were a few times I doubted my strength, but was able to do it with the help of others. If I’d do it again, I would take a rope. And be sure to have others with you, not a go at it alone type of hike, because there times that the two us needed others help to get through some of the challenging sections. When we went (spring break) it was busy lots of people, go early so you’re not having to wait too long when you get to the narrow parts where only one person can pass at a time. The were only three spots that had water that we had to avoid getting wet feet, but overall it was pretty dry in all three slot canyons. We had a great time, we would totally do it again. Enjoy!

    Lita Silva reviewed Lower Calf Creek Falls Trail

    6 months ago

    We really enjoyed this hike. Easy to follow trail and easy to medium hike. Part of the trail was shaded but mostly exposed to the elements. As you approach the waterfall you can catch a glimpse of it from a distance, it’s a beautiful contrast from the desert landscape to an oasis where the waterfall sat. Once you get there, it is much cooler in temperature and lots of trees to sit under and have a picnic as you enjoy the view of the waterfall. The water was very very cold, but it was still fun trying to see how long you can stand in it the pool of water. Go early because this is a busy hike and lots of people visit it during this time of the year (spring break). When we got to the waterfall it was just us and two other couples and then after ten minutes we were surrounded by five to six families with 3-5 kids each. So the tranquility of it went away fast, LOL Regardless, it was it was a great hike. Enjoy!

    Lita Silva reviewed Panorama Trail Long Loop

    6 months ago

    We experienced this trail via horseback. The trail was nice. The views were phenomenal. We would definitely do it again but by foot next time. The horseback riding company people were super friendly, courteous and knowledgeable. We were able to see all the highlights of the trail from a different view since were up a bit higher while ridding the horses at a nice slow pace. We didn’t see anyone on the trail while we rode the horse.

    Lita Silva completed Panorama Trail Long Loop

    6 months ago

    Lita Silva reviewed Shakespeare Arch/Sentinel Trail

    6 months ago

    This hike had beautiful views of the Kodachrome basin. Loved the red stone colors against the lush trees in the basin, spectacular contrast. The arch was pretty cool. The hike itself was easy and the path was well marked. It has a few side paths/trails that you can explore if you have the time and are eager for more views. It’s one of the hikes that’s a bit away from the other trails and so it’s kind of secluded, not much traffic. The road to the trail head is a dirt road, it was a bit rough (wash board type) in some sections but could totally be passable by a sedan, no 4x4 needed.

    Lita Silva completed Angel's Palace Trail

    6 months ago

    Lita Silva saved Angel's Palace Trail

    6 months ago