Scenic Photos - 1
Here are some scenic photos. They're not totally in order of where they were taken on the trip.
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Here we are at the Lees Ferry put-in with the three trailers loaded with gear. (Jenni)
Floating under the Navajo Bridges, the last sign of wheeled motor vechicles for the next 221 miles! (Jenni)
The great thing about the scenery is it's never humdrum. Everywhere you look it's just magnificent! (Jenni)
The scale of the place is really hard to express in words and hard to take in with the eye. I remember one feature that was described in the guidebook as being 1000 feet above the river. It was only about 1/3 of the way up the vertical! (Brian)
It does put you in perspective. (Jenni)
One of the places where it looks like the river disappears. (Jenni)
The Anazazi graneries at Nankoweap. These ancient people stored food here, to keep it away from critters that were much more plentiful near the water. It's a steep hike up to this point but totally worth it - if for no other reason than the view of...
this awesome vista when looking downstream. If it looks familiar, it's been featured in a number of print ads in national magazines. (both these by Brian)