Breakfast was absolutely delicious, a five layer egg bake cooked in a dutch oven. Once our bellies were full it was time to hit the trail.Our morning started out on dusty desert paths surrounded by Arizona's majestic mesas. We were headed to Snap Point for our first look at the Grand Canyon. It's the official western end of the Grand Canyon North Rim.
The road to Snap Point is deeply rutted and during certain parts of the year can be closed. The deeper you drive into the trail the tighter the squeeze as the bushes are taking over the dirt road. Definitely expect scrapes and scratches on your vehicle.
clearing at the edge of the high cliffs. We decided to get out here for our view here. It was simply breath taking.
After our amazing first view of the Canyon, we headed back out what I like to call pinstripe alley. Then it was on to Twin Point for our second night of camping under the stars.
We arrived to camp early in the afternoon which gave the
guests of 4Xploring a chance to chill on the scenic vista. The majestic cliffs sparkled with color as the sun began to set.
Bob and his crews were busy preparing another fantastic meal for dinner. This time a Dutch oven Italian dish.