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Posted: 04/08/15 08:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Nice trip report and excellent photos anutami!


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Great trip. That is in my back yard. I live in southern Utah. Been there many times sometimes on my way to other places. Southern Utah has some increadible scenery. The hole in the rock road by escalante has some increadible slot canyons and rock formations. I have been exploring the area for years and still I keep finding more jaw dropping scenery. There are lots of boondocking locations all over southern Utah.

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Bryce is awesome at sunrise, but like you I don't do crowds.

Thanks for the trip report.

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That's my home turf, makes me miss the state I "live" in.

Good boondock sites immediately south of the Zion entrance, up on the mesa. Can't remember the name of the dirt road, but it's obvious on the maps. Although it's not as convenient to get into the park.


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Very very nice trip report. Calf Creek Falls are gorgeous. Our big dog Rusty used to love chasing the trout in the creek. Looks like maybe you boondocked off Spencer Flat Road? Just guessing, it has some good boondocking close to Calf Creek. Your kids are growing, tell them to stop that!

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Great pictures, excellent trip report. Thank you for posting them.

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whazoo wrote:

Very very nice trip report. Calf Creek Falls are gorgeous. Our big dog Rusty used to love chasing the trout in the creek. Looks like maybe you boondocked off Spencer Flat Road? Just guessing, it has some good boondocking close to Calf Creek. Your kids are growing, tell them to stop that!


yeah those trout were everywhere!

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yup, spencer flat rd
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side detour to the pictographs
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beautiful blooms
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Brett checking out a Beaver Dam
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canyon walls
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Very nice trip report. Great photos of the kids enjoying themselves while spending time in the great outdoors. Thanks for sharing your trip.

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Great area & great pics!! Next time u r in that area & want to splurge, stay at Kodachrome basin State Park just West of Bryce. There a beautiful little slot canyon call Willis Creek Slot Canyon that few visit but it's an easy hike & only about 4 miles down an easy passable dirt road with high clearance. Here r a few pics of Willis Creek. (If I did it right).

Well, that didn't work.....it took me 5 tries! lol

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Posted: 04/11/15 07:06pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A year ago March, I was camped at the same site at Calf Creek. DW and I had great time. Easy hike to the falls but it was too cold (for me) to get into the water. Great trip report!


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