Copper Chase Condominiums
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Brian Head
Up around 7 in chilly Great Basin at the Wheeler Peak Campground. We packed up and headed to the Alpine Lakes trailhead, a 2.7 mile loop up the mountain. Beautiful weather, chilly and windy, but sunny. We hiked around two alpine lakes, Stella and Theresa. They were a beautiful green/blue color and the reflecting sunlight created little sparkles …
... 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 ...
... three Mule Deer nibbling on acorns right on the side of the bike path so I got some very good pictures. Then Victor and I headed out for a series of hikes. We hopped on the shuttle and got off at the Zion Lodge stop. We did the Emerald Pool trails and then looped back to the Lodge via the Grotto & Kayenta trails for a total of about 4 miles. The trails were mostly flat but when we did increase or decrease ...
... are front hadrosaurs, also called "duck billed" dinosaurs. A little further down the road, we came upon more than 1500 petroglyphs on over 90 panels. The petroglyphs were created by different tribes of Indians over the years.
When we returned to the condo, it was snowing. There was probably about 2 inches more of snow on the ground than when we had left earlier in the afternooon.
... well, Peggy stated she had a headache also and was very dizzy, more dizzy than she had ever felt in her life. I determined we were being poisoned by carbon monoxide due to our illnesses did not occur until after we arrived to the condo, not while we were driving up the mountain; all three of us felt ill within a short time of each other; and the three most common symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning are headache, nausea, and dizziness. Among the three of ...