Bunk House At Zion Bed & Breakfast
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... and down hill to the park. Downhill on slippery ice is even more interesting. This was a really great walk with fantastic views out over the National park.
We did one final walk for the day to the upper emerald pools. However the pools were frozen over but the were some spectacular icicles hanging off the wall. The lower pools were closed due to falling ice. Our legs were due a well earned rest so we headed back down and back to the hotel for a much earned ...
... for the shade. We took our time and took lots of breaks. The views were spectacular at every switch. Somewhere in the middle of the hike a forest appeared which seemed so odd knowing were climbing this mountain. In about an hour and half, we reached Scout Lookout, a popular destination along the trail. We stopped and ate lunch and observed people climbing this ridge using a chain link to pull themselves along it. Boy are they crazy! We soon learned that was the final leg ...
... We made our way back to the lodge and waited for a shuttle. It was around 4:00 p.m. at this point and the shuttles were crowded. We were near the front of the line to get on the shuttle, but when it stopped we saw that there wasn't much room left. A guy tried to cut in front of me and a lot of other people as we began to get on the bus. Now I am normally a mild mannered person ,but this really aggravated me. So I threw out my left arm to stop him from cutting in line. He backed ...
... third times a charm??), so I wanted to stick close to Kanab today so that I wasn’t driving all over the place in order to make my way back here tomorrow. Zion was only an hour away and it was my favorite place I’d been so far, so back I went to explore more of the majestic cliffs. I found a spot at the same campground my Kentucky friends and I slept at last week, only this time it was right next to the river and as soon as I pulled up two deer ...
... the intense heat, then we headed into the
town of Springdale, right outside the park entrance to visit the
local rock shop to check out the huge chunks of ores, glass, and
geodes on display, and to grab a cold drink while using the free wifi
at a cafe. We fit in a hike on the Emerald Pools Trail before more
storms drove us home for a late dinner. This will be our third night
here, the longest we will be in one place, and we are packing up
again in the ...