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TravelPod Member ReviewsUnder The Eaves Springdale
A most charming B&B with seating in the pretty garden to watch the sun light up the mountains at sunset. Our room was snug but lovely, great shower and comfy bed. Mark and Joe were welcoming hosts, happy to chat, and with lots of local information, which was good as we came down for breakfast to receive confirmation of the Federal Shutdown. We still had a great day hiking Eagle Crags trail and driving up Kolob Terrace to the reservoir. We would certainly stay again when we return to see Zion open!
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The Federal Shutdown has rather affected the itinerary! The National Parks are closed until further notice, as are all trails and hiking routes, with apparently a $150 fine for being found in a National Park, although not sure who will see you when all non-essential staff are on furlough! We will have to wait and see whether everything will be back …
... the Dixie National Forest, then through an immense canyon and ending up in Zion. The drive through the forest was very interesting. Most of the forest land is treed with white birch, one of my very favorite. They were standing tall, close together, reaching for the sun, and their delicate leaves were fluttering in the breeze like little green charms, as they often do. They looked absolutely regal.
Along the road ...
... to which side of the bus to sit on.
We saw lots of people who had done the Narrows walk - carrying their second pair of shoes, or even walking barefoot back. Many of them had thick wooden poles too, a cheap alternative to our trekking poles, but quite vital as the walk is through the river over rocks. This is our plan for tomorrow. It is fascinating seeing the number of people who don't have a hat, not even carrying water and in thongs or sandals.
... Bighorn Sheep.
Entering through the Mount Carmel Tunnel is an impressive way to
enter the main portion of the park and we marveled at the towering
red, orange and white cliffs. We have stayed at Watchman Campground
twice before but were thrilled to realize our campsite backed onto
the Virgin River. I had reserved this so long ago that I totally
forgot about that. Calder was in the water immediately and floating
down the river on a raft that we brought ...
... the switch backs and drops I think made her think it was not such a good idea. There are two tunnels you need to go though one being a mile long. They charge you extra for RV's because of the height it has to be in the middle of the tunnel. Paul and I are very thankful we decided no to drive them to the campground here. We pull in about 11 and the room is not ready so ...