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Travel Blogs from Cedar City
... last day we began the drive which makes a dramatic climb up out of Zion Canyon and to the tunnel entrance.
To get to the tunnel and emerge to the other side you begin climbing up
out of the Zion Canyon through a series of switchbacks that are pretty
amazing to think this road had been put down in the early days of
automobile travel! The views from the various pullouts are pretty
stunning as well. ...
... quite cool now. We went to our snacky drinks at 6.00 pm and found there were two groups. We sat and chatted with our wine and chips and watched the sun set over the Grand Canyon. It changed every minute and was spectacular with the sun setting on different parts highlighting the orange rock like a torch had been placed on one area. We had a few beers and after and were the last to leave but we actually got back to our room by around 9.30 pm. So not bad really, we had a nice ...
... behind, leaving us to make decisions on what to do, and only helping out when required. We were best mates by the end, and I was really impressed by his manner and style of guiding - quiet, in the background, making us feel like we were doing it alone, but ready with subtle tips and hints when required. Also passionate about the area and the conservation.
So now we are sat around a camp fire, watching the sun set over the Zion mountains, ...
... are other seepage areas resulting from the "spring line" between the two rock strata, kayenta and Navajo sandstone, but Weeping Rock is an impressive one. An impermeable shal, the Kayenta layer, makes up the floor of the slot canyon that prevents water from absorbing into the ground and forces it to find a place it can penetrate, such as at Weeping Rock. This is not a quick process. The water has been in the rocks for a very long time, about 1200 years ...
... We hiked up to horseshoe bend with Felicity. That is totally worth the small hike. Very neat. Then we paid a ridiculous amount of money to walk through Antelope Canyon. The Native Americans own it so they can charge what they want. Now we were trying to be as cheep as possible but this was worth the $60. The cavern was great. If you go during light peak hours (morning) it is $60 per person and if you want to have a long time and take super fancy photos it is $80 per ...
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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- Neat place to stay
- Warm, friendly, helpful, great food.
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