Canyon Vista Lodge - Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... drivers are all so friendly and courteous and where there is a commentary on the stops and sights to be seen. Next walk was to the end of the road to do the river walk. Clearly this was one of the most popular and given it was Sunday there were an awful lot of folk doing the same as us. At one point I suggested we leave the concrete path and meander actually along the river bank and that was lovely as it was shaded and less manufactured. We got to the end to find that we ...
... isn't particularly attractive and has only 3 restaurants whilst Springdale, at the entrance to Zion, is beautifully laid out and full of enticing places to eat. Zion clearly benefits from it's 2 hour proximity to Vegas and hence has more tourism, albeit both parks are extremely busy and the easier hiking trails are more than over crowded. Whilst this isn't particularly annoying, it does detract somewhat from the feeling of being out in the wild. We were a ...
... I tried to get a shot, but they are just too agile and quick for my amateurish handling of a camera.
Out of the forest, we found ourselves driving into a canyon, first rising in elevation several thousand feet. We drove a very narrow ridge at the top of the canyon, with severe drop-offs on both sides. It was a bit of a white-knuckle ride. Then we drove around rough and rutted stone walls with sage growing from ...
Sunny, around 38°C (100°F), very pleasant evening temp. Driving through a canyon from Las Vegas to Zion the temp peaked at 47°C (117°F) and they were doing roadworks!
As we drove the 2.5 hrs to Zion we were amazed at the varying rocky landscapes we drove through, after leaving the Vegas suburbs, which were very desolate with limited vegetation.
There were a few small & large towns on the way. They seem to like building homes right on ...
... necessary. We brought
ours all the way from PA just for this occasion. Each footstep must
be carefully felt and secured before taking another. Because of
rocks, silt and erosion, your foot could sink down four inches or
four feet with every step you take. There is no way to tell. The
hairy part today was the official warning that “flash floods are to
be expected”. Not just probable or possible, but actually
expected. We have never hiked ...