Bryce Pioneer Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBryce Pioneer Village Tropic
Fun little cabins, bit basic, but clean and dry, in the middle of town, easy to find.
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Page - established 1957, at an elevation of 4,300 feet.
First up, we drove for 10 minutes to Horseshoe Bend. "Horseshoe Bend is the name for a horseshoe-shaped meander of the Colorado River located near Page, Arizona. It is located five miles (8.5 km) downstream from the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell within Glen Canyon National Recreation …
C_josbeck stayed here on Apr 13, 2015 during their trip titled: C&J´s BIG trip, part 5, North America.
... through some amazing scenery. Tropic is a very pretty but small village all built along Main Street route 12 and is about 11 miles from Bruce Canyon National Park. There isn't much here a couple motels, a fuel station, two restaurants and a general store.
After resting up for a while we thought about eating options. Samson is getting the need for large cities and bright lights again so we headed out with the promise of finding some alternatives to pizza and stake ...
... up to the rim. We packed so much breathtaking, natural scenery into one day, it was like Christmas in July. Yesterday we signed up for the guided bus tour of the single road that travels out to the southernmost area of Bryce Canyon, two separate points known as Yovimpa and Rainbow. Since the canyon is entirely on the east side of the road, it is recommended that visitors head to the south and then stop along ...
... that it was called Rattle-Snake Gulch and most people avoided that one because of the vipers. Duhhh. The gulch was nice and cool but it was pretty easy. We didn't see any snakes and we got bored and decided to get to the more aggressive gulch called Peek-A-Boo. Well, it was pretty aggressive. So aggressive that I could not even climb up into it. I let the boys go it alone. They absolutely loved it. ...