Bryce Pioneer Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Fun little cabins, bit basic, but clean and dry, in the middle of town, easy to find.
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C_josbeck stayed here on Apr 13, 2015 during their trip titled: C&J´s BIG trip, part 5, North America.
... of the horse ride scheduled for Saturday. The forecast for Saturday was mostly rainy so we rescheduled the ride for Monday. (We were supposed to be at Kodachrome State Park by this time, but more about that later) The next stop was the Visitor's center to get a map and other information about the park. We watched the orientation film about the Park. We caught the next shuttle to Bryce Point and soaked in the views. On to Sunrise Point, walking to Sunset Point enjoying ...
... green field, which was an added bonus. Finally I can be back under the stars tonight!! I had a nice hike exploring sunrise point down the Queen Garden Trail. The red, orange, and white geological structures called hoodoos are a spectacular site to see. I went to inspiration point and sat there staring off into the distance at this massive 9,000 foot canyon that covers almost 36,000 acres. Then I had a snack at sunset point and found ...
... 12 took us through Capital Reef National Park. It’s another beautiful park that includes the small town of Fruita, Utah. This little town was settled by Mormons in the 1800’s and there were never more than 10 families living there. The Fremont River provided the water source for their many fruit trees; in fact there are over 3,000 in the park. Fruit sales were their main source of income and much of the trading was by barter. Visitors to ...
... the rock, this was the most vibrant red we had so far encountered on the trip. The rocks were blazing like fire, in wicked formations reminiscent of fairy castles. Pinnacles, arches, caves and columns were etched into the rocks, looking for all the world like they had been out there deliberately by an artist recreating a mythical wonderland playground. Arches stretched over the top of the road, and we passed through two solid bridge-like structures en route to the park.