Canyon Vista Lodge - Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Canyon Vista Lodge - Bed & Breakfast Springdale
Travel Blogs from Springdale
... nothings and straight lines of desert roads we make it to Las Vegas. We pit stop here as we are having a few issues with the car, now re-named Puff Daddy, and we want to ask the hire place a few questions before we continue to the wilderness. We're not regulars at this camping business after all. A restock of supplies and questions answered we are back on the road to Zion.
We finally arrive at 8.15pm, it's been a long day for both of us. I'm proud ...
... through the water.
After about an hour and a half of hiking, Mum & Dad decided to turn back. They had both done brilliantly and hiked further up The Narrows than we expected them to. Well done Mum & Dad!! So proud of you hiking the world famous Narrows!
Ness and I continued upstream for a further hour to the narrowest part of The Narrows and we also explored ...
... there is a drive into the valley via a massive tunnel. Once you come out the tunnel the view is incredible! I would have loved to have more time at Zion but I had to get back to Vegas tonight so I caught the shuttle and hit the trail to Angels Landing. Some guys on the bus had done it and said it took four hours. I was gutted because it was already 4pm and I wouldn’t have tome to do the ...
... to separate play areas. Zion has a great shuttle system, so since Uncle Deen, Debbie and her boys, Michael and Joey, were still an hour away we jumped on the shuttle to ride to the end. We got off at the Temple of Sinawava, which is also the start of the Narrows trail, and walked along the river a while. Then we got back on and hopped on and off for the next couple of stops. We could see the hikers at the top of Angel's landing. Crazy!! Once we meet up with the ...
... it would be too chaotic, instead you park and ride the free shuttle buses to the various look out points and trails. It was very busy when we arrived and we struggled to find a park at first. Driving into Zion was very impressive in itself as you descend straight down into the canyon gorge along a narrow and windy road. Very rugged and dramatic scenery, very beautiful and again so different from the other parks and canyons.
We prepped ourselves for what we ...