We enjoyed a wonderful homemade meal back at camp. We also engaged with another couple along the trail who visit Zion National Park regularly. Me taking a much needed break! Once I caught up to her and the switchbacks seemed less daunting, I sat down in a nicely shaded area.
First it was up and around the second toe wrapping the tape in two directions. I was overcome with relief and nearly I said nearly started to skip down the trail.
Once on the bus, we snatched one of the last remaining seats and plopped ourselves down. We knew it would be beautiful, yet we were still awed, not only with the landscape but with ourselves. That toe has been sensitive ever since I lost the toenail last fall from all the up and down hiking I did at the Sonoran Preserve.
Observation Point trail in Zion National Park Hmm, as I glanced over the cliff edge thoughts of repelling, paragliding, or base jumping came to mind …. However with only about fifteen more minutes to go and the shuttle bus stop in clear view, my legs started shaking uncontrollably.
So after one more photo-op showing proof that we indeed made it to the top made it to observation point, known as one of the more strenuous hikes in Zion National Park we slowly meandered our way back down the trail. This camaraderie with complete strangers that we encountered on the trail and at camp was new to Ashton and added a unique fun element to our overall adventure.
Is there light at the end of the tunnel? She knew she needed to get through this section of the trail without letting her fear of heights kick in. Are we there yet? What goes up, must go down!
The stopping for air had us passing each other regularly which resulted in smiles and chuckles. We roll with the flow and change directions on a whim if we need or want to. All was well and good that first mile. During the entire twenty-five minute bus ride back to camp, we sat in a silent and exhausted state.
The view from observation point — breathtaking! Oh thank God I brought that tape! There was the couple from Germany traveling in a rented Class C motorhome with their two small children, and then there was the retired Canadian couple from Quebec traveling in a Class B Van and then Ashton and me in a tent.Photo of Dana Strand Beach - "What goes up must come down.
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The high fives and exuberance were short-lived as we soon came to the realization that we still needed to hike back down to the valley floor.
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