Copper Chase Condominiums
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... ears popped as we were coming up the mountain to find this lovely ski lodge hotel. Wish we could stay here two nights. Liz and I celebrated with an expensive bottle of wine as I am now on the internet so can send off the blogs, it has been quite frustrating not being in contact with everyone, I won't moan about technology again! I had a melt down again.Thank you Paul for sorting me out x We did 407 miles ...
... 33 deaths have occurred from falling on all trails combined. Needless to say this is a little intimidating and none of the more difficult climbs were on our list. I just had the feeling that hiking all the trails of Zion took more preparation than just reading a short description in the park newspaper. I did want to at least see the beginning of The Narrows to find out what all the fuss was about and then I figured I didn't need to come back to Zion. It seemed ...
... talked to in Cambodia in Oct 2013 - small world! Not quick enough to stop this time.
Then we drove into the NP and up to Canyon Junction then through the narrow 1.1 mile tunnel on the Zion-Mt Carmel highway. We were told we would need an escort, due to being oversized, but single lane traffic sorted it.
Unbelievable scenery on the other side, such a surprise. Even spotted a herd of bison.
Drove away from the canyon and to a camp in the ...
... the three of us, we had all of the common symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning which are also symptoms of altitude sickness. Peggy told Linda. She turned off the gas fireplace. We opened windows and let the cold air in. After that, Peggy and I always kept one window open despite the cold temperatures we experienced the entire week. We hardly slept that night. I was scared we would die during the night. The next day, though, maintenance men came to the ...
... we did! It was an entire new experience! Amazing landscape walking amongst these massive red walls and spires. A very different experience to every other National Park, would definitely recommend anyone to visit Bryce Canyon but they must hike into the Canyon otherwise it's probably not worth the visit. That night we headed towards Zion NP and stopped at a roadside rest area. Cooked up a chicken salad for tea, played guitar and went to ...