We went back to the car and got our gear (including chairs!), set up camp and found a little wood.
We hung our food bag about 100 yards from the camp and hiked down to Grey's Arch.
The rock formations are very unique and quite a sight. We hiked back to camp and made a nice dinner of barbecue chicken with carrots and potatoes. We watched the fire until around 10 and retired to our tents.
Next morning we had hot oatmeal and packed our day packs with lunch and a little gear and headed out for a hike to the Koomer Ridge camping area. The weather was warmer and the snow was melting quickly and the trail was not too bad. We hiked along some streams and had a few stream crossings.
We had lunch and hiked down to Hidden Arch on our way back. A long day hiking of over 10 miles left us hungry and tired. During the day the clouds moved out and there was a nice sunset followed by a sky full of stars.
We woke early and headed out to the car where we drove over to the Double Arch trail head and hiked down the arch. The forecast was overcast with a slight chance of rain.
We left the arch and hiked over to Courthouse Rock where we had lunch. We headed back to the car along some really spectacular ridge views. The weather held out with no rain it had become quite windy with gusts over 20 mph.
We drove back to camp and had a quick meal of teriyaki chicken. The sunset was mixed with some clouds blowing through quickly.
We woke up on Thursday and broke camp and headed home. A very nice three days of hiking and camping.