Smith Hotel Bed and Breakfast

Address: 295 North Main, Glendale, Utah, 84729, United States | B&B
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      Zion Canyo

      A travel blog entry by amygates on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... canyon to walk The Narrows, which involves a lot of wading through water up to about mid-thigh depth, over rocks. It is described as walking on slippery bowling balls but it wasn't that bad, I used my walking pole and didn't fall over. Much of it was in shade and the water was cold so it was a nice way to cool down. I even met a family from Perth (Bedford) who have been travelling in the US for 6 weeks, and I was the first Perth person they'd met! Most of the ...

      Zion National Park

      A travel blog entry by ajbrad on Sep 22, 2014

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      ... trail was carved on the side of a mountain with some drop offs. It had beautiful views of the valley below. We were glad we took this clockwise because it was pretty steep and may have been a bit hard hiking up. This led us to the trail head of Angel Landing Trail. We saw where part of it went up and it looked pretty steep to me. We once again went back to the Grotto for a picnic lunch. Afterwards, we walked along the river a bit before returning to the Grotto Stop. ...

      Bryce to Zion

      A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 13, 2014

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      ... and bikes. Despite the slight upward inclination it was perfect for cycling, the only wierd thing was that we had to stop and pull over everytime a bus came along as they aren't allowed to pass cyclists. Very strange! The road runs next to the Virgin River right through the middle of the Zion valley with the massive multicoloured cliffs rising up on both sides of the road. We cycled on for a few kms until we came to the Zion lodge where we got off to walk ...

      Zion National Park

      A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 08, 2014

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      ... after showing our Park Pass, to the last stop, the Temple of Sinawava and walked much of the way along the Riverside Walk - an easy level walk in the valley with trees on either side & the occasional squirrel darting around. As the shadows were lengthening, we decided to turn back (coming here again tomorrow to hike the Narrows which at the end) and go to some of the other stops with short walks. Our first one was Weeping Rock were there is ...

      Zion - a place I will hold close to my heart

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 09, 2014

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      ... me more energy for the afternoon. I had a nice lunch at Meme's Cafe - chicken savoury crepe and a hot chocolate. The waitress gave me my change back in the form of a fiver and a one dollar note and I had no other change so I gave her a $1 tip, oops. We didn't go back to that cafe. I walked up the main drag after lunch then back to the comfy couch now for a Castle marathon. Hinesh comes home around 3pm after his exciting day at Zion. Over to my beloved….