Bryce Pioneer Village
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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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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.
Our adventure in Southern Utah parks continues! This morning we woke up to a mule deer hovering around our RV, he wasn't scared of us at all. After that eventful morning, we then had a great day in Bryce Canyon National Park. Our drive from Zion was pretty amazing. As we continued east driving through the park, we drove up steep switch backs through some incredible views of Zion that we did not see the day before. Then we came to the Zion-Mt. Carmel tunnel. ...
... not okay list: - Alcohol, including wine and beer. - Black tea, green tea,and other caffeinated teas.(sort of explains coffee at breakfast!) - Coffee and recipes that use it (which may even include desserts like tiramisu, though the authors hope not). - Iced coffee and iced caffeinated tea. - Illegal drugs, recreational drugs, and illicit prescription medications. - Tobacco. Interesting but not a state we want to stay in to long!! However it's very ...
... had, and definitely the best of the trip so far. The first part was a
steep zigzag straight up a cliffside that had us both wondering if we’d ever
make it. The rest was a steady incline up through the rocky cliffs to a flat,
tree-studded mesa at the top, then a traverse out to Observation Point where we
could see down the 2,400 feet to the bottom of the canyon and beyond. We sat on