Arrowhead Country Inn & Cabins
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... into the park. I had thought a mesa was a flat topped hill and had no idea the term could be applied to sections of land that rose 7,000 feet into the air. I can definitely say that southern Utah is not flat! The road that enters Zion (or Zions as all the locals call it) is similar to Glacier National Park's Going-to-the-Sun road and was built about the same time. Getting to the base of the canyon involves numerous switchbacks, hairpin turns and rock faces ...
... just kept getting better around each bend in the river. The light coming into the canyon kept changing as well, which just added to the whole experience. As I said, everyone should do this hike if ever in Zion National Park
Tomorrow, we're up early and will be headed to Moab Utah where we will be visiting Arches National Park. On the way, we will be stopping in Bryce Canyon National Park. It should be another great day! ...
... is happening, we are all cringing with embarrassment but eagerly anticipating his next guess. The little boy laughed and said, “No, guess again.” And I could see how uncomfortable the boy’s grandfather was as the man thought again and then guessed “Chang” (this can’t be real life). Again the boy laughed and insisted the man guess more names. On his third guess, the old man mumbled what the boy and we heard ...
... and did some blogging. We had biked along the Virgin River through the campground and then up the hill to Soleil so it was a short but nice workout.
Came back and took our showers and back to the campsite to put our things away and then decided to walk back over to the Brew pub for dinner. It was a nice brisk evening and had a nice dinner and enjoyed visiting with the lady running the bar and restaurant.
... much more we wanted to see at Death Valley, including the Racetrack Playa where heavy rocks mysteriously slide across the desert by themselves, but we would have to come back another time- it would be a six hour drive and a fight to get through a traffic jam before we arrived at our motel for the night.
The next morning we left for Zion National Park. Little did we know the people of the USA were celebrating a holiday called the ...