Comfort Inn Zion
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Zion Hurricane
Large room with 2 queen beds, microwave, fridge, iron & ironing board. Water took some time to get warm but when it did it was hot and consistent. Laundry room - better equipped than previous hostel! Breakfast was excellent - cereals, juice, tea, coffee, cold eggs, waffles, toast, scrambled eggs, potato, sausages, biscuits. Great location just a mile from the park entrance.
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Took our last look at Grand Canyon from Desert View. Then drove across Navaho lands, looking at striated rock formations. Stopped to shop for jewellery and jerky at Native American stalls overlooking the Little Colorado River.
Arrived at the Navajo Bridge, built 1929 at Marble Canyon. Lees Ferry is about 6 miles upstream, which is where the rubber boats enter the river for the "cruise" downriver. Once operated by one Mormon man, his 2 wives and 20 kids! The ...
... the artifacts and attending a Ranger briefing on the Long Horn Sheep. This briefing is where Casey requested her Junior Ranger Workbook so she could begin to earn her badge.
Another stop worth making is at the Zion Lodge where, after a long day of hiking, one can get a cold frosty beer and relax under a massive shade tree. There is fast food and fine dining too!
We made many stops and hiked many trails. One trail we did not take on is called ...
Packed everything back into the car and headed to the General Store for coffee and breakfast. Then drove right to the end of the park for one last quick hike, Bristlecone Loop. A much flatter and shorter hike! But at 9,100 feet elevation and about 0 degrees! The boys had great fun breaking the ice that had formed in footprints along the trail. I enjoyed that the trail was mostly not on the edge of a cliff :) Then back into the car to head towards Zion National Park. ...
... back. It was beautiful in the slot canyon: overhanging red and yellow sandstone which rose above us over 500 feet. We got scratched up and filthy, it was brilliant. in the afternoon, Nick and I went to the Zion Narrows. We followed the canyon upstream, wading through the river and getting waist deep at points in icy cold snow-melt. The water was amazingly clean and a vibrant blue. We walked until our legs went numb, then stumbled back to camp. The next day we ...
Today we did not play golf, so we drove to Zion Natioal Park which is only an hour & a half away. The drive from Mesquite into Utah takes you through the Virgin River gorge, which is very impressive on its own. As you get closer to the park the highway offers some expansive views of giant multi colored peaks.
We enjoyed yet another beautiful day as got to the park and boarded their free shuttle bus to explore. These buses are the ...