Tale Coming Soon!
Follow The River
Its been going in the right direction for millions of years
These monuments just couldn't stand being stuck underground. It seems like they just sprouted from the Earth
Or is it sun uppers?
Dusty Path to Nowhere
Lets see where this goes...
I know these technically aren't mountains but I still can't help calling them so.
Talk about your steep descents...or ascents
Rise and Shine
Who doesn't love getting up in the morning to this?!
This is my kingdom
And this is how this region gets its name.
These two guys really seemed to command the scenery
High and Low
I'm feeling very Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade here.
There is no straight line approach to reach those monuments off yonder.
Even though the sun was beginning to creep out, the land was still dead and cold
The White Rim
Just to the side, where the canyon begins, you can see the White Rim and the trails namesake.
Perspective is everything here
The Edge of Tomorrow
The trail does a fantastic job of getting you up close and personal with the canyon. But wait...theres more.
There are areas where the canyon is deeper than other parts but the camera doesn't do them any favors
To me it seemed the canyon could have crumbled under my feet.
What artist created this stunning setting?
Sunny and Steep
The sun did wonders to highlight this amazing part of the canyon. Oh and thank you, River, for helping to form this canyon! Good job!
Not much would have been needed to make this slick rock earn its name
Think I can make it?
Slip and Slide
If only I had some rope
A world of lifelessness above. Hope below
A Big Bend
A quick preview of coming attractions from Texas
This canyon rim is certainly not one dimensional
Ha! Get it?!
the Great Stone Castle
A monument to Mother Nature
The Long and Winding Road
That leads to that...hole?
Canyon Within A Canyon
The onion of the canyon community
Stuck In The Middle
A split in the canyon left this rock formation all by itself in the middle
This place makes me wish I could go back to study geology