Red Brick Inn of Panguitch B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... The optional free bus system starts running at 8:00am. It is a short walk to the bus stop from our RV to the front of the park. The morning is cool, so we dress in layers with a jacket on top. Very soon we learn that temperatures go up typically by 40 degrees between dawn and early afternoon. We begin stripping layers early.
We head first to Sunset Point in order to view the progressing Sunrise (go figure). Our first sight of the canyon takes our breath ...
... and traffic from the opposite direction must be stopped while a bus passes through. The curvature of the top of the tunnel slants so steeply towards the sides that buses must drive down the centre line.
The east side of Zion National Park looks somewhat different from the west side. We stopped to take a few photos when ...
... to drive out to the Mossy Cave and adjacent waterfall. It had stopped raining so we took the shortish walk from the car park along a lovely stream to the waterfall. We could clamber down from the trail to walk (carefully) behind the waterfall and criss crossed the stream on the walk back to the car. It was a fun playful walk and a pleasant way to spend a couple of hours. It started to rain again as we appraoched the car and it looked like the heavy weather ...
After the horse ride it was back to the hotel for a shower. Then another shower, and then finally a third shower until only a faint whiff of horse remained. Then it was time to find dinner. If you ever find yourself in Panguitch looking to eat after about 6pm...good luck. It is a ghost town. We finally found one diner which was open and fairly busy (probably because it was the only place open) so we had a meal there before returning to ...
... that were slowly melting. From the top of the peak we had a 360 degree view of the surrounding mountains, valleys and towns; it was a fantastic view and we would have stayed longer except for the wind. Turning south on UT Rt. 148 we stopped at the visitor’s center for the “Cedar Breaks National Monument” where the principal attraction is the amphitheater shaped canyon of beautifully colored rock ...