South Kaibab Trail
Things that grow in the desert.
More from Ooh Aah Point at sunrise.
On our way back up from Cedar Ridge, I got a shot of this canyon squirrel having a bit of breakfast with a nice view.
Another view from Cedar Ridge.
The next rest stop was Cedar Ridge at 1.5 miles. The trail levels out after Ooh Aah Point and you easily slide into Cedar Ridge.
Looking down at the South Kaibab Trail in daylight. Hard to believe we started this trail hike in the dark.
The bus was packed. Here was the group that got off the bus with us, many of whom were pretty serious hikers.
Looking at the trail from a rock outcropping at Ooh Aah Point. Shot with a Canon 14mm super wide angle lens.
The view from Ooh Aah Point (yes, that is the real name of where we stopped).
Sunrise in the canyon from Ooh Aah Point.
This lookout point, 0.9 miles from the trailhead, was named for the sounds that the panoramic view elicits.
Sunrise from Ooh Aah Point.
Another one of my favorite shots from this trip. My husband cuts a fine figure on the trail. He is often ahead of me since he's so much taller and has a longer stride.
We stopped at a flat part of the trail to soak in the view just after sunrise.
Sunrise makes for a stunning view as you make your way down the trail.