Arrowhead Country Inn & Cabins

Address: 2155 S. State St., Mount Carmel, Utah, 84755, United States | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Mount Carmel

    Zion and the Best Hike Ever!

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jun 16, 2015

    43 photos

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    On our way back, we stopped off at Zion Outfitters to get kitted up for our big hike, as we wanted to start early the following day.

    This was no normal hike we would be attempting. Oh no, we were going to do a hike called 'The Narrows'. One of America's premier National Park hikes and ranked No.5 in National Geographic's '100 Great American Adventures'.


    A Spontaneous Trip to Zion!

    A travel blog entry by dreamkeepr18 on May 18, 2015

    9 photos

    ... up on
    9:30pm, it was 51 degrees and we hadn't had dinner.

    We turned off on one and pulled into an area that looked really similar to a place Eric and I had turned off when we here 3 years ago. We found a cemetery with really old tombstones as well as newer ones and when we drove around the cemetery to turn around and leave, we found an abandoned campsite with good equipment and a chair set up. Super eerie and creepy. So when Harper pulled ...

    Hiking Sleeping and Biggest Rocks ever

    A travel blog entry by charliecation on Apr 06, 2015

    25 photos

    ... excited so I keep going. Finally we get to the flat bit known as scouts landing . This is occupied by a large amount of chipmunks who will get inside your rucksack and eat your lunch! The Peak then rising up in front of you . Well until then I didn't think I was overly afraid of heights but I think actually I am . I try scrabbling up a few steps of it but its a sheer drop and there are not always chains to hold onto to I have ...


    A travel blog entry by tan14 on Jan 03, 2015

    35 photos

    ... and it was hard to see the track clearly in places.
    The track ends up at the opening of the hidden canyon after you descend down on a chain. The canyon itself was extremely icy, snowy and wet. Here you need scramble over rocks and boulders as you explore. This section was extremely slippery so I just perched(well tried to find a spot where I wouldn't slide) while Wade went off and did some exploring.We then had to head back down the track which meant back on ...

    On to Zion National Park

    A travel blog entry by bannda on Sep 23, 2014

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... very many parking spaces on that side of the road and you are not allowed to turn left into the parking lot on the opposite side of the road. We were in luck! Two open spots!

    The Canyon Overlook Trail ascends about 100 feet total in elevation. It's not a difficult trail, but the initial stone steps up are rather steep. When we topped the steps, we saw a couple with binoculars checking something out on the cliffs across the road. We stopped and they told us ...