Kaibab Camper Village
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Labor Day weekend, and we needed a break from the Vegas heat. The camper had been stored since we returned from Yellowstone, and we ere eager to get the girl out on the road again. We got a late start out of Vegas, leaving at 5:30 PM, and made decent time considering the HEAVY Labor Day traffic we encountered. The pull was an easy 220 miles, with a …
... und eine Art Fotostory für den Weg. Es gibt nämlich keinen Wanderpfad, deswegen bekommt man Fotos und Beschreibungen für den Weg mit, damit man sich zurecht findet. Letztendlich ist es aber nicht so kompliziert, einfach den Fußspuren im Sand folgen, nur wenn es über Felsen weitergeht, muss man sich etwas umschauen. Anscheinend kann man aber tatsächlich verloren gehen, wie uns eine Gruppe von Chinesen bewies, die wir auf dem Rückweg trafen und die scheinbar den ganzen Tag erfolglos ...
Today is going to be a short day with only a half day planned for us with the other half of the day for us to do whatever we wanted around the lodge. We headed for breakfast at 7am before boarding the coach to head to Cape Royal to see another side of the canyon before we headed to Imperial Point. A few close calls with the other vehicles on the road not staying on ...
... bags and be led to the view point for the reveal of the canyon. After a very unnerving 15 minute walk and numerous comments along the way (thank god I had a paper bag over my head) we made it to the edge. It was pretty cool to see my groups reaction to seeing it for the first time. Back at camp we started up the camp fire, are dinner, chatted and relaxed. Luckily I had stayed at the canyon before ...
... 1mile long tunnel that had 'windows' cut into one side which gave spectacular vistas out onto the sheer cliff faces. We got off at Zion Lodge and boarded a tram for a tour of the upper canyon, complete with a guide and narrative. On return we lined up to get some lunch and once we had finished our lunch we headed off for one of the many short walks to the emerald pools which took us under and through some ...