Village of Many Nations
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... pick any car that is in the row. We checked out all the cars and decided on the Chevy cruze which turned out to be a good pick as it had heated seats and a sunroof which was great when we were out driving in the mountains.
Our first stop was to be Zion national park where we hoped to do a few hikes. I had been here before just for the day and it was one of my favourite places I visited on a previous USA trip.
The drive to Zion was pretty spectacular ...
... back. It was beautiful in the slot canyon: overhanging red and yellow sandstone which rose above us over 500 feet. We got scratched up and filthy, it was brilliant. in the afternoon, Nick and I went to the Zion Narrows. We followed the canyon upstream, wading through the river and getting waist deep at points in icy cold snow-melt. The water was amazingly clean and a vibrant blue. We walked until our legs went numb, then stumbled back to camp. The next day we ...
... Before that people can reserve a site and so that is why the South Campground is more accessible for camping. Because we have a Senior Pass, camping rates are only $9.00 so you can't beat that for a bargain.
Had a nice breakfast and enjoyed the view and then put our bikes together for a ride to find where the showers were. There are supposed to be a couple of places in Springdale but one was closed and the other promised to ...
... are too wide and tall to pass through without having the traffic stop from the other direction. For those interested, limit is 7'10" wide and 11'4" tall. We were lucky and got to follow a vehicle being escorted through and so it was not as nerve racking as it can be at times. We meet the requirements but must pull our mirrors in and this is the part that makes Laura nervous.
Our last full 'park day' is SUNNY! Chilly start to the day - 40 degrees but got up into the 70s. Left lodge around 9 AM & took Zion's shuttle bus to Grotto Stop. (Grotto Trail was closed). Crossed the river & took the Keyenta Trail (1 mile) - this was a very pretty trail with great views. Then, on our way to Upper Emerald Pool, we must have taken a WRONG turn & went maybe a 1/2 mile in wrong direction... climbing up a very steep, rocky, narrow ...