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Greetings, We'll be staying at the Bryce Lodge for two nights at the end of this week. Any suggestions or comments on the itinerary below would be greatly appreciated. As we arrive LV around 11a, we'll need to keep moving to get to Bryce by around 5p, check in, maybe a quick dinner, then pick a spot along the rim for sunset viewing and photography. We realize there are no bad views, but wonder where some of the better See all 12 replies. In addition- if you enjoy photography Bryce is a dark sky place.
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We headed out in the dark and took some star shots with pine tree silhouettes in the foreground and then watched the sunrise at the rim. Then ate a breakfast buffet at Rubys: GTNP itinerary advice 4 Replies. My family, including kids 6 and 9, has the following plans for 3 nights in the GTNP area this June we are lodging south of Jackson: Leave OF area of Yellowstone by noon.
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Have day free to explore GTNP; have tickets to 8 p. Pack up and move on to Fort Robinson, Nebraska We are See all 4 replies. We'll plan to do the Phelps Lake trip the morning of our full day at GTNP, then work on the loop and turn-outs the rest of that day. Bryce Breakfast after Sunrise 4 Replies. This road is a popular exercise spot for many active Santa Barbarans. You can see people getting their morning and evening workouts running, biking, walking the dog, and taking the kids for a walk year round.
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The road is about a mile long, which is perfect for a quick workout. The trail begins near the end of the pavement and is wide and maintained. The trail climbs through shady chaparral to a small summit which is another Edison access road, dirt this time. The summit is indistinct, except for the fact that when you reach it you have a beautiful view of the city, the ocean and the Channel Islands. This view makes this a popular sunset hike. Please add a brief update about trail conditions.
All comments are run through a spam check that probably catches way too many false positives and moderated and will not display unless approved, which can take days if I'm away on the trail. Drive to the end of Tunnel Rd. Be careful to park with your tires completely within the line or you will be towed. They are not kidding about that. Hike up to the end of the road by the large water tank and metal gate across the road.
This is the trailhead. The trailhead for Inspiration Point is the same for Tunnel Trail. Pass through the iron, locked gate and follow the paved Edison Rd. Around the bend the road becomes dirt. There is a junction here.
To the right the Edison road continues up for a few miles and makes a nice walk or mountain bike ride of its own. Go just a little ways, maybe a few hundred yards further, and off to the right is the sign and junction for Tunnel Trail. Continue straight, not taking Tunnel Trail, for a few more yards to the junction on the left for Inspiration Pt. The trial is actually named the Jesusita Trail. At about the 1 mile mark you will cross the creek. Look straight across the creek to the continuation of the trail.
Hike almost a mile through switchbacks and shady chaparral. Be careful of poison oak. Best to stay on the trail. You know you have reached Inspiration Pt. From the falls the trail resumes climbing along a very rocky and rugged trail. As you near Inspiration Point you'll pass over a short section of trail that traverses a fairly steep ledge.
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This granite-carved segment of trail that gains access to Inspiration Point was built by Civilian Conservation Corps workers in the s. Hikers should definitely use caution along this stretch of the trail. As you climb higher you'll enjoy some outstanding views of the "Cathedral Group" towering above the canyon towards the west. For those wishing to go home with some great photos you may want to note that the sun will likely pose problems during the morning hours.
You may want to start your hike later in the day, or perhaps travel a little further into Cascade Canyon where you'll have even better views of the Cathedral Group. Elevation gain beyond the overlook is much more gradual. Although you don't have to go all the way to the Forks of Cascade Canyon, a short hike into the canyon itself is well worth it if you have the time and energy.