Canyon Vista Lodge - Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shaded as even that early the heat was beginning to be felt. The pools became fuller with water as they got higher but it would have taken much imagination to consider them emerald! We met lots of people along the way, all very friendly and marvelled at the rock climbers abseiling down what would be a waterfall if it was a different season. We espied chipmunks, lizards and mule deer who resemble the Donkey in Shrek with their long ears.
Next back on the shuttle bus ...
We woke up the next morning and had to say goodbye to Springdale. Our southern Utah adventure was coming to an end. We slept in a little since we weren't in a hurry. Our flight was not until 6:00 p.m. We headed to the Driftwood Lodge breakfast room one last time and were surprised at the crowd. This was probably the norm but, the past few mornings, we had eaten breakfast at 7:00 or 7:30.
After walking back to the room, we packed up our stuff and checked out. ...
... to be great advice. The boots are really clunky and not great for just general walking. We had hooked our boots to our backpacks, so carrying them for a mile was no big deal. We found a place to sit along the wall and geared up. We were ready to go! All I can say is that this is an amazing and fun hike! The walking sticks were tremendously helpful for balance and to gage the depth of the water. Fortunately, the water was clear and it was easy to see where to step in most cases. ...
... to head back down the trail and find some lunch. The trail down was easier, but it was also tough on the knees! Ouch! I was glad we were the ones heading down the trail instead of those that had gotten a late start going up. We saw so many red faced, huffing and puffing people. The early start pays off!! I also noticed that so many of these hikers were going up with very little water. That is not a good idea as, by this time, the temps were near 95 degrees.
Once we ...
... clips off the tablecloth. Was still windy, but after I fixed the tablecloth, I slept ok. Tuesday, September 23-- We were lazy about getting up. I made coffee and pancakes for breakfast. We got around and walked the Pa'rus trail which is about 3.5 miles round trip. We stopped at the Zion Human History Museum along the way. We watched the interesting and informative film about Zion. Outside, we viewed the Alter of Sacrifice and Beehives rocks. To the front, we viewed ...