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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Sunday, September 20, 2009

Cliff Springs Trail - Grand Canyon NP

View into side canyon from trailAfter lunch at the Walhalla overlook I hiked the Cliff Springs Trail...

18 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

What a grand country we live in and just think you are there!!!

Lake Sixteen is a couple of miles from Pilchuck Glass School and the school is right on the road I live on. Have you been there? MB

Diane AZ said...

I enjoyed this tour of Cliff Springs Trail. Your sandstone overhang image is really cool. I like the unusual perspective and the colors are awesome.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful Virtual Tour !! I loved the excellent photos !! Thanks for sharing..Unseen Rajasthan

eileeninmd said...

I loved your tour of the Cliff Springs and the pictures are wonderful. When i was at the grand Canyon the last time we did not have time for hiking. So I appreciate reading the post on your blog.

Janie said...

I love the rich green of the seeps and springs of the Grand CAnyon. It's such a contrast to the rest of the desert scenery. So true that few Americans are willing to hike very far.

Barb said...

Loved your hike, Gaelyn! Seep Springs is a scenic place - love those rock walls! I'm on my way to UP - visiting you on my phone.

Karen said...

Cliff Springs is one of my favorite places here at the North Rim. I suggest it as a short hike every day when I am at the entrance station, because it is a different perspective from the other trails here.

mountain.mama said...

What a great trail! I am always astonished at the number of people who won't walk a small distance to see things. What's up with that???

Natural Moments said...

We often forget we are embedded in a three dimensional matrix of energy and it is wonderful for you to remind us that we should look beneath our feet, over our heads, at the colours of the earth, at the textures that meld with our hands. Paradise is here amongst us.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Gaeyln: Now that is the length of trail I like on these old knees.

Titania said...

I am awed by mountains. The rock sculptures, their colours and how they have been there for aeons, used as shelter and canvas.
At the moment I watch a documentary about Yellowstone Nationalpark. The first of the series, Winter, was yesterday, Sunday evening. What a park, and treasure you have got.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Thanks for taking us on your hike.

Hildegarde said...

Home is where you park it ? wow, that must be a dream. Good that those marks you saw were in mud. Wishing you all the best !

dAwN said...

Very Nice Gaelyn! I enjoyed the video with the sounds, moss and lichen..

Elaine said...

It sounds like a perfect hike to me. Lovely photos!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I would love to sit there for a few hours in contemplation. The peacefulness would just let the rest of the world melt away.

Kathiesbirds said...

I love your new header photo! I almost came up to the Grand Canyon this weekend but I couldn't convince my husband! I'll just have to come by myself sometime! What a marvelous place!

cyomi said...

I enjoyed hiking with you! Thanks for taking me. :)
I felt refreshed on your tour!

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