Horseshoe Canyon promontory.
Some great rock formations here
We are approaching our next camp, at Horsethief Canyon, below which we leave Labyrinth Canyon; see the next album for our paddle through Stillwater Canyon.
In this area, the canyon opens up to some broad vistas and impressive rock formations.
The jet boat is simply driven onto the trailer of this truck for the ride back to Moab, where our boats and gear will be unloaded.
We are starting our backpack at the La Verkin Creek trailhead, and Susie is noticing the "bear country" warning.
Sue is strolling down the well-maintained trail
Hiking through the spectacular Kolob Canyons
Morning sun near our camp, Day 2.
Excellent views of the canyon walls from our camp.
Sue, Roger and Susie take a break on a sandstone outcropping next to the stream. Very pleasant!
As we turned up Laverkin Creek, we're surrounded by some really big cliffs.
This section of trail was in great condition, and made walking easy.
There are some good looking horses using this trail, too.
Pretty dramatic cliffs in the canyons
Our campsite (number 6) the first night. Not the greatest, but some shade.
This beetle is really making tracks.