Arrowhead Country Inn & Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Thor's Hammer etc. Down amongst the rocks dwarfed by the rock sides made one very small and as the pathways wound through and up and down there were new views around each new corner. It is marked as a strenuous walk and it certainly was. We met numerous lovely people,none British and Derek was delightful helping take our photos and as a real camera buff explaining to me various aspects of my camera. I now know what the P stands for - well I think I do! Well we made it back but ...
... possible I could pass out. I did figure I would be soar after this one. I mean we did hike 14 miles, but after a shower and a change of clothes, I felt GREAT! The whole trip had been like that, we struggled up and down switchbacks and figured "this is going to hurt later" and each time, we were just able to feel that we had exerted ourselves at all. It gave me a great hope that we could make the rim to rim hike happen (until we did the math that is)
... and formations similar to Bryce Canyon. The tourist guide suggested we swing through Panguitch to see its historical shops and homes. It looked similar to a small Aussie country town and many of the homes reminded us of the 'bungalow' style that Melbournians have adopted. Five minutes later, we were back on the road to Zion National Park.
For those of you who haven’t been to Utah, we can confirm it is ...
... and fun, but the views above were wonderful too. Also the hike out, we had cool temps with the canyon blocking the sun. It was actually chilly in the water at first. The way back, the sun crept in and we started to feel the heat, but not bad at all. We did get to see much of the park on the shuttle and driving to and from, but there were other hikes we would've liked to have done..to waterfalls or to other great views of the Canyon ...
... did sort of loll around on Weds morning. Soph went to the gym, I slept in a little and we had breakfast at a nice place (with free wifi) called SkinnyFats. This is the portion of the trip that we didn't preplan, so on Weds morning we needed to make reservations for a place to stay Weds night. After a little bit of stressing (which Sophie totally exaggerates in her part of the blog) we chose the Bumbleberry Inn and I am currently writing this ...