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A picturebook mountain condominium resort with rugged stone and pine exteriors, Crestview is located conveniently between the Jeremy Ranch and Park City (Kimball Junction) exits, and is just minutes from Canyons Ski Resort, Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley, and Historic Downtown Park City. Crestview offers guests a choice of 1- and 2-bedroom condos as well as cozy 2-bedroom loft condos.\n\n
For the same price as a hotel room, you'll enjoy all the comforts of home here - with full kitchens, spacious floor plans, comfortable bedrooms, and private balconies to take in the mountain air and stunning seasonal views. And for our guests desiring a larger communal space for a special gathering, Crestview's clubhouse is available on a first-come, first-served basis, with our year-round pool and hot tub just outside.
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- All-Suites Property
- Shuttle bus service
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... the only fort the Latter Day Saints built in the 1800's that still stands.
Next stop was the Territorial State Park Museum in Fillmore. In 1851, newly appointed governor Brigham Young and a delegation of lawmakers selected a site for the capitol of Utah Territory. This was the site selected, the new capitol city being called Fillmore and the new county was named Millard.
... us a much closer look. So cool. After a brief rest, we turned around and walked down the mountain, which took about 2/3 less time. Everyone was happy with the hike and all were exhausted. As we drove back to the campsite, the adults planned to meet up for dinner at a late reservation Chris had made for us at the Yellowstone Lake Hotel. The kids were sad that they weren't included in this outing. To make up for it, Abe and I took them for dinner at the diner ...
... not sure what kind of facilities the park has to offer and we have lots to see so we will eat sandwiches in the car.
It is a short drive to Arches National Park which is our first stop of the day. ...
... roads to the Alpine outlook and associated panorama, with beautiful alpine flowers everywhere. There wasn't anyone around and the ranger stations were unmanned at 9 am.
Arriving at Cedar Breaks, we walked down the pathway to see the most magnificent views, stretching for miles. Our arrival was also noticed by the very cheeky chipmunk, situated on top of the post we cheeped away at every opportunity. It's illegal to feed them and we had ...
... Utah, though, is beautiful. We can't wait to explore it the next few days.
Tomorrow we will upload more photos - too sleepy tonight.
Total hours traveled: 10
Total miles traveled: 540
Total hours traveled to date 13
Miles traveled to date: 674
Marianne, Lance and Roxie