Dixie Hostel

Address: 73 South Main Street, Hurricane, Utah, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 73 South Main Street, Hurricane, is near Torque Motorsport Rentals.
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Travel Blogs from Hurricane

The Narrows

A travel blog entry by mccormick3 on Jul 18, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

... prepared than we were.  In the end, the trail dead ends into the river and hikers then cross over the river and enter into the gorge.  We stood on dry land as a steading line of people came back and forth. It was like watching pilgrims head to Mecca (I think).  People going in were dry and clean. People coming out were wet and muddy.  Some had huge packs and bed rolls so you knew they had completed a top-down hike with an overnight, a total of about 15 miles. ...

Cusart in Zion and Bryce

A travel blog entry by cusart on Jul 01, 2015

33 photos

... erode away down to sand. There is no other place in the world like Bryce Canyon. Even just a few miles away, you can a plateau that hasn’t eroded the way that Bryce has. That is because the other plateau is at a much higher elevation (10K feet), so the snow doesn’t melt to cause fins. Bryce is constantly changing.

Bill and Ben meet up with us…they are soaking wet and don’t smell great. Also, Ben almost went over ...

Hot, Hot, and Hot...

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jun 15, 2015

10 photos

... here! We are on a high spot in the campground and can see all around. The campsite is paved (blacktop) and has full hookups. However, when you turn on the cold water you get very warm water. Even after letting it run, the water is still warm enough to shower with! The temperatures here are a whopping 127 ᵒF, probably why the water is so warm. There is no shade here are we are out in full sun all day. The motorhome is hard to keep cool in this weather.

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Zion National Park

A travel blog entry by jshoopster on May 31, 2015

11 photos

... and $4 cash (I think the lady working the counter just got hungry and wanted to get a Twinkie from the vending machine). To make me even more skeptical, when we went to open up our room with our room key we were able to just push the door right open without actually unlocking it (that’s not frightening or anything). But in the end we survived the night (or should I say the four hours that we actually slept) as we got up at 6 to get to ...

Jacob Lake

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on May 23, 2015

2 photos

... green and peaceful at the bridge.

Then Jacob Lake, with fresh snow, to meet Rick and Julie again. Up at 2400 metres. Fresh snow! Isn't it almost June?

Stopped at Le Fevre lookout, magnificent panoramas all day. Then more mountain scenery as we entered Utah.

Drove Hurricane Valley Gorge -"Gateway to the Parks". Headed for the hills as the rain fell, and camped in Dixie National Forest, cold and damp . Lots of other campers as it was Memorial Day ...