Sedona and Northern Arizona near Grand Canyon
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April 16, 2018

We continued cycling North toward Utah and enjoyed the scenic views of Sedona and the landscape as we neared the Grand Canyon.


What happened…

Amanda writes: We had seen pictures of Antelope Canyon as I’m sure most of us have in the world. It’s this magical place in a desert like atmosphere with deep canyons with amazing sunlight. We decided to splurge and do the Upper Antelope Canyon tour from town which was $68 USD per person. Way more than what we normally spend on sightseeing and worth every penny. I’ll let the pictures and Andrew tell you the story


Andrew writes:So we showed the Swiss how to wild-camp, just on the outskirts of Page. It was a really nice wild camp spot actually, away from the highway and overlooked Antelope Canyon. We had a few visitors out walking in the evening, but no one seemed that upset that we were camping there. It was close enough to town that I was able to ride down and get beer for all of us too.

The following morning we checked into our hotel because it was windy, cold, and it gave us a chance to go see the beautiful box canyons. There was an unplanned rendevous outside the Walmart as we all stocked supplies for the next leg through rugged Utah.


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Cycling Stats

April 16, 2018
Start Point: WC near Page, Arizona, USA
Destination: Page, Arizona, USA
16.99 km trip, 15.8 km/h average speed, 52.8 km/h maximum speed, 1:04 time on the bike


Route Description:

April 16, 2018 We went into town on a paved road. There are lots of stores and restaurants around.


Accommodations:

April 16, 2018 Near the edge of town there is a campground for $30. Instead we chose to stay at the Rodeway Inn for $65. It included wifi, laundry and a hot breakfast. It was a good reset.

Sedona and Northern Arizona near Grand Canyon
I Love Our Life