Arrowhead Country Inn & Cabins
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... was a mile down river so we decided to walk along the flat river bank. So much easier than that mountain and a whole different perspective looking up from the bottom. Stopped at the Zion Human History Museum trailhead and watched a 22 minute documentary on the park. Always very informative and educational. We were pretty spent but wanted to stop and get a t-shirt that said we hiked The Narrows. Unfortunately, there were also shirts that said we hiked Angels Landing ...
... The crowd thinned out the further we went along and at times we had the river to ourselves which was nice. After some 2 hrs of hiking we reached The Narrows. The gorge that we were walking through had already been quite narrow but at The Narrows the river narrowed (surprise surprise!) even more and we found ourselves wading through knee high water with the rock walls reaching up some 500m on either side. At The Narrows we turned around and started to wade ...
... a mini Bryce Canyon but it is in the one area as an amphitheatre. It has 3 or 4 lookouts with very short walks and each one simply took our breath away (& the other people there as well). The various colours of the rocks from white, to yellow, to pink, to red progressing up the amphitheatre, combined with the shapes like rugged statues is just phenomenal. And the sun did the right thing while we were there. It is best to see in the afternoon sun, so it ...
... my turn, I went for it! I pushed the accelerator lever forward and enjoyed the ride. I went faster as the ride went on and got more comfortable riding. Mom and Maeve were at the bottom cheering for me, so I braked and turned my car in just in time to see Dad flying down the slide. We went on the Alpine Coaster one more time before eating lunch inside the resort. We were tired and hungry and having a blast! We had time to do one more ...
... In all the parks so far, yes accommodation in the park had been booked, but there has always been numerous chain hotels and motels just outside the parks...not for Yellowstone!! Almost everything within an hours drive of any of the entrances was booked. The net result of all this was we didn’t leave to go to Zion until about 4pm.
When we got to the park we got a shuttle to the furthest part ‘up canyon’ - Temple of Sinawava where we ...