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... The Virgin River then began to cut the canyons and valleys. Beautiful. We hiked around for about an hour and a half then hopped back on the shuttle to the Weeping Rock Trail. Another paved and popular trail. Very steep 30 minute hike but worth it at the top. Water trickling from the porous rock formations creates a waterfall which you can hike behind. Back to the hotel, shower and walk down the road for pizza and a beer. A stop at the candy store and then home. Great first ...
... with Andy and Dave, it was a steep uphill climb for two thirds of the way, including Walters Wiggles, 21 sharp switchbacks. Then it is a rock scramble, sometimes pulling yourself up chains, to the very top and out onto a precipice. Dave chose not to do that part as it is quite scary, in a couple of places there were steep dropoffs on both sides. It was fantastic, I absolutely loved it, although it was definitely very hard going. Most of the way was in shade but the ...
... of mesas. I know the top of these are very strong rock, but the soft rock under it can crumble quite easily. It's a bit like the houses in Hollywood on the edges of hills in earthquake zones.
The rocky landscape became more & more imposing as we moved from Nevada through Arizona and into Utah. We arrived in Springdale, the town servicing Zion National Park at about 2:30 pm Mountain Time, an hour later than Pacific time. We booked into ...
... very good as I'm doing all the photography and the blog on my iPhone. After two hours of hiking up the river we turned around and started back. After half an hour or so we started meeting up with the crowds of tourists just getting started and were so glad we started when we did. Once back at the Visitor Centre, we went into Springdale for showers and lunch at Oscar's Cafe and then left for Bryce Canyon National ...
... driving to Zion National Park.
The drive to Zion was about 3 hours. You drive through Zion to get to Springdale. As we entered the park the view of the mountain ranges was just amazing. The mountains loom over you and the sandstone colours pop in the afternoon light.
We spend some time looking for accommodation again. While the Red Rock Inn was tempting with the cosy little cottage where they leave a Hershey chocolate nugget on your pillow as well as ...
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100 N 200 West Street, Cedar City | 3 star b&bfrom $135
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140 South 100 West, Cedar City | 5 star b&bfrom $108
16 North 200 West, Cedar City | 3 star b&bfrom $76
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121 North College Way, Cedar City | 4 star b&bfrom $99