We started hiking just off the highway. We hiked up the slickrock, through the sand and dropped down off the back of this peak.
Keyhole is a very narrow and deep slot canyon with the coldest water in Zion. We were not messing around with that so we pulled out the wetsuits.
This was my first experience with repelling. It was so amazing. The first repel was about 80 feet.
And you land in water...
The canyon was so beautiful and there is another adventure around every corner.
You end by swimming down a VERY LONG, DEEP, DARK corridor
I found that it really helped me if I screamed and freaked out as much as possible.
We made it out alive and moved on to the next canyon. Pine Creek Canyon was our next endeavor. You have to have a permit for this hike also. There are more repels on this hike and again water for you to swim through.
This repel was beautiful. It's called the cathedral.
The swim through some nasty, stinky deep, murky water
This is the beautiful view right before the last repel which is 105 feet.
This was one of the best weekends of my life. I am so lucky to have a husband that will take me on his adventures and has faith in me that I can do it! Thanks babe, I love you!