Lake Powell


The above map shows my approximate route during my nine days on Lake Powell. I totaledaround 150 miles of paddling and my biggest day was over 28 miles. I will eventually post details about some of the canyons I explored, and I will include some of the many videos I…

Colorado River


On the advice of a local kayak shop in page, I got a haul back up the Colorado River from Lee's Ferry to just below the dam, about 16 river miles. It wasn't cheap at about $65 for me and my kayak, but it was worth it for the spectacular…

The Wave


The North Coyote Buttes region of the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness Area in Northern Arizona/Southern Utah contains some staggering scenery, most famous of which is "The Wave," an alcove of salmon-colored sculpted sandstone. The region is limited-access, requiring a permit to enter, which allows only 20 visitors per day. Ten…

Lower Antelope Canyon


The last time I was out here, I went to Upper Antelope Canyon with my brother and nephew and it was amazing. I didn't have my camera with me that time, so I decided to go again, but this time to the lower canyon. I can't say which is more…

Utah


After four days of driving, I finally arrived at Lake Powell which straddles the border between Utah and Arizona. On this day, it was quite cold, but stunningly beautiful. I'll let the photos speak for themselves...