Tony & Judy's Four Corners Trip Summer 2010 travel blog

Start of hike into the Canyon to the White House ruins

Start of the descent into the Canyon

Along the trail

White House ruins

At the ruins

Anoter view of the ruins

Trail bridge across creek (dry this time of year)

Sheep and Cabin in the Valley

Lower tunnel on the trail

Path area up the Canyon wall

Views of the trail

Upper part of the trail

Looking back into the Canyon

Upper rock tunnel

Canyon View

At Massacre Cave Overlook on the Upper Riim road. Mom & Boys

More ruins

Other ruins

Close up of previous ruins

Farming in the Canyon

Canyon View

Canyon sculpturing

Canyon View

Back in Utah

 


Early this morning Tony left to take the White House Overlook hike. It is a 2.5 mile hike taking approximately 2 hours that goes straight down into the canyon, and of course, back up. Yesterday afternoon when we looked at it, it didn’t seem like something I wanted to do. He enjoyed it and I took the dogs for a walk around the campground while he was gone, so we were all happy.

When he returned we drove the scenic North Rim and stopped at the lookout sights. Afterwards, we drove to Bluff, UT. Our friends, Dick and Karen, recommended the Twin Rocks Café, which is across from the campground. It turned out to be a very good place to have dinner.





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