Cable Mountain Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCable Mountain Lodge Springdale
Yes it was a nice place to stay. Clean and that is what is most important. Originally we tried to book another hotel and they were filled so they recommended this place.
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... and salad peppers were excellent after 5 hours of that adventure. The narrows- do it- wear tennis shoes and get there early. Back at the ranch now- Zion mountain ranch- still love this place. Watched the sunset and a field of buffalo. They didn't miss a detail on the cabin- so well done. Except Quinten got screed with the sofa ...
We got up this morning so we could head over to Zion NP. This will be our one adventure away from the RV's for one night. We are looking forward to a night in a hotel at the park. It is about 80 miles and close to a 2 hour drive. As we come Into the park from the East the views are breath taking. Shelley is driving my truck to give me a break after yesterday's driving. ...
... driving to Zion National Park.
The drive to Zion was about 3 hours. You drive through Zion to get to Springdale. As we entered the park the view of the mountain ranges was just amazing. The mountains loom over you and the sandstone colours pop in the afternoon light.
We spend some time looking for accommodation again. While the Red Rock Inn was tempting with the cosy little cottage where they leave a Hershey chocolate nugget on your pillow as well as ...
... It was set up by Mormons in 1862. I would agree with the Forbes Traveller rating it one of the 10 prettiest towns of USA.
Took the free bus through to the end of the park to Temple of Sinawa. We did the riverside walk 3.5km but as it was so hot were tempted keep walking in the shallow river on the Narrows walk for about 1km. Most people has hired special water shoes and sticks in town to do this canyon walk. I went bare feet and found a stick. The boys ...
... that they're warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, though they do build a shade-house outside for summer use, as shown in the photograph.
The Navajo are very concerned about their reducing life expectancy. An Elder I talked with said their No 1 killer now is cancer, for 2 reasons. Firstly, their diet now is the standard American rubbish that leads to obesity throughout the nation, rather than the healthy food ...