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... pretty but we were somewhat unimpressed with the pools. It may have had something to do with the children jumping off of rocks and splashing around in the water they'd specifically instructed people to stay out of - I'm really not sure. If you're ever in need of a healthy dose of natural birth control, Zion is the place to be. We didn't really need 20 doses a day, but we got them. Kids are obnoxious! : ) After the Emerald Pools hike, we drove 45 minutes to ...
... Except for my poor knees. I eased up on them once or twice. On the way down, I passed a freak of nature woman who was actually JOGGING up the switch-backs. On behalf of every person slaving their guts out on the side of that rock, I contemplated pushing her off. In the end, I didn't. Couldn't catch her.
Quick lunch and then just three more hikes. I'm a real demon for punishment and with only one full day in Zion, I ...
... but these were expensive so we figured we'd make do with out little wetsuit boots. First off we just had to cross the river to then continue up the other bank a short while. Here it was only ankle deep but jeeeeez it was painfully cold! As we continued, we gradually got used to the cold and it became just cold, rather than painful. At least 60% of the hike is spent wading and walking in the river and the level got ...
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The plan was to go pick up a new air compressor, have some dinner, and go watch the sunset at Cedar Breaks National Monument (bonus trivia tidbit: a national park is designated by congress whereas a national monument is designated by the president) We snagged the compressor and headed off to dinner. Tom, never one to miss a sunset, suggest we eat while driving. ...
I'm very happy to have a lifetime National Parks pass. Admission to Zion N.P. is $25, but free to me! Throw in my half-price camping fee and life is good. Zion probably has the best rep. of all Utah's parks and I think it deserves it. This spot is the middle of a 3-park system. Bryce Canyon sits on top of the Grand Staircase, a series of terraces. Water from it flows into Zion Canyon and from here the Virgin River goes down to meet the Colorado and flows thru ...
Other places to stay in Cedar City
100 N 200 West Street, Cedar City | 3 star b&bfrom $135
234 South 300 West, Cedar City | B&Bfrom $109
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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133 S 100 W, Cedar City | 3 star b&bfrom $135
161 South 200 West, Cedar City | B&Bfrom $80
121 North College Way, Cedar City | 4 star b&bfrom $99