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... the congestion they have shuttle buses to take visitors into the canyon for sightseeing and hiking. We hiked The Narrows trail at the end of the road, we climbed to The Weeping Wall and up The Hidden Canyon Trail. Getting up high, gives the Canyon a different perspective.
The east side of the park requires a drive through a 1 mile tunnel thru a mountain. On the east side we were lucky enough to spot some Big Horn Sheep.
... going after the others turned back, and ended up at a fork in the river; we took the narrower road, and the canyon walls soon closed in above us. On the journey back I made a few people scream as I fell face first into the river after tripping over a hidden rock. Somehow, only the front of me got wet and my backpack stayed completely dry.
When we got back to the campground we discovered that Grommy had decided to spoil us again by making us barbecued ribs. ...
... Upper Pool we walked up the mountain face on a hot sandy trail, but when you looked around you completely forgot about being hot, tired, and/or thirsty. The cliffs created sort of a circle around a running stream though the middle. All the colors were so bright! Even though the hike was hot and steep at times, it was a great experience to be inside the gorgeous canyon. So fun! ...
... through single lane tunnels cut through the canyon walls. It was staggering the immensity of this canyon, how could this be topped? Onto our lunch stop in Kanab. We saw Big Horn Sheep on the hills as we passed through, I think we have seen just about every kind of animal except for bears and moose. We were told to have a big breakfast because we all agreed to have lunch off our own batt at Frontier/Movie Town, Kanab at 2.00 pm. On arrival we were bearded into ...
... or where the ground was suddenly sloping up. For this reason, I got my shorts completely soaked, along with half of my shirt. But the coolest part of the hike was just seeing all of the different rock formations and random plants or trees growing out of the rock itself! The entire hike was eight hours so we didn't go all the way to the end. It was a one way hike, so we had to come back the way we came. But my absolute favorite part ...
Other places to stay in Cedar City
100 N 200 West Street, Cedar City | 3 star b&bfrom $139
234 South 300 West, Cedar City | B&B$127 average
140 South 100 West, Cedar City | 5 star b&bfrom $104
16 North 200 West, Cedar City | 3 star b&bfrom $119
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133 S 100 W, Cedar City | 3 star b&bfrom $134
161 South 200 West, Cedar City | B&Bfrom $80
121 North College Way, Cedar City | 4 star b&bfrom $99