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... The new O’Callaghan-Tillman Bridge, with the widest concrete arch in the Western Hemisphere, is one of the main reasons Ray wanted to start our ride in Boulder City – so he could see it, and ride across it. Today, we do both, and then tour the dam. Click here for more on the Hoover Dam. *** We leave Hoover Dam for the 150-mile drive to St. George, Utah, where we’ll stay tonight. We follow Lakeshore ...
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Back to Heritage Square where we ate at "Georges", a more relaxed eating establishment. There is both an upstairs and downstairs area with a bar in the lower level. (You can enter from either level.) I had the fish tacos and they were delish! The others all had good things to say about the food. The prices were very reasonable and they have locally brewed beers on tap (that seems like an oxymoron considering we were in Utah) which were quite good. ...
Check out a map at the following link ....Smithsonian Butte National Backcountry Byway.
Smithsonian Butte National Back Country Byway cuts across from Highway 9 and drops you into Rockville which is a short distance to Springdale, UT and the west entrance to Zion National Park.
This backway should only be tried in passenger car if it has not rained because there are some places ...
... day...a little more strenuously than I anticipated. Access to this viewpoint was up a pretty steep and icy trail, and of course I didn't fully realize this until I was about halfway up, and (further) of course, I didn't change into my hiking boots nor bring my "third leg" hiking staff (they were right in the car where I left 'em), so in sneakers slip-sliding on the ice and huffing and puffing up the hill and at 8100 feet elevation, ...
... tenting area, but nice community room so we went and had our lunch outside after we had set up our tent. We then headed to Zion National Park. Unbeknown to us, it was National Parks day and the Park was heaving. It is the most visited national park in Utah. We managed to find parking inside which saved us parking in Springdale and catching the shuttle. We caught the park shuttle to do the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive which runs ...