Best Western Travel Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Zion on the Friday before the weekend and decide to explore a park in the town of Springdale (at the entrance to the park). The River Park is amazing and presented us with a wonderful running river (The Virgin) as well as hiking trails along tree-lined banks and out into the dry open desert. This riparian area was packed with lots of birds that Casey enjoyed stalking for quite a long time. The weather was perfect and the walks through the variety of terrain were ...
... St. George’s main industry is tourism, its location to Zion and Bryce National Parks drawing many thousands of tourists each year.
The city’s historical buildings reflect two influences: a southern-based, gracious architecture, and a more wild-West-type construction.
... it to the Grand Canyon in about 3-4 hours. Just before we made it there, we went through the Kaibab National Forest where we saw a bunch of wild buffalos. Then, we entered the North Rim part of the Grand Canyon. The first thing we saw was the North Rim Lodge - it had the most AMAZING views of the Grand Canyon - a huge room with floor to ceiling windows and then you could go out on cliff-like edges to take amazing photos. I stayed near the ...
... Mountains just south of Salt Lake City. The hike to the cave tour (Park Ranger led tour) is 1.5 miles in length and climbs over 1100 feet in elevation. Although the pathway is paved, it is steep and narrow and in numerous places you are walking in a path cut out of a vertical cliff. Hike is exhilarating and strenuous but it really added to the experience. The cave itself is pretty amazing. From places along the trail we could ...
... on a big red rock and pull out their drawing books and pencils and go to work. Each one of them picked something to capture - a tree, cliff, or rock. What a wonderful "classroom" for them to be in. We all enjoyed the experience as you can see from the pictures below.
We headed out of the park and enjoyed the views of both the red and white cliffs.
Once back at camp the boys went to play at the ...