Tuesday was a mix of a lot of short hikes. First we went to the Nautilus Rock, a beautiful formation in white Page sandstone. Then we explored the east entrance of the Toadstools -- I'd been there before but was eager to see it again. A few of us then ventured up to the less popular West Toadstools entrance, and found out why it's less popular: the toadstools there are both less spectacular and harder to get to. Finally, on the way back, we stopped at the crowded and popular Horseshoe Bend.
Next: Cobra Arch
Up: Vermillion Cliffs
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