Comfort Inn Zion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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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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Travel Blogs from Hurricane
Friend Meg's observation about the spiritual nature of Zion Canyon sums up my fundamental experience of the area. This region of Utah was uplifted about 10,000 feet along with the Colorado Plateaus 13 million years ago. Zion Canyon was formed by the flow of the north fork of the Virgin River which cut through the reddish tan coloured Navajo sandstone to a depth of 1/2 mile in places. The narrow lush valley that resulted was fished, hunted and farmed with tobacco, corn ...
... some breakfast. Once our breakfast/coffee/tea fix was fulfilled we hopped on the park shuttle and headed back towards the Grotto Drop Off, only this time we were hiking up to the Emerald Pools.
The trail leading to the Emerald Pools was a much more inviting trail than the one up to Angels Landing. Even in the desert there is water. These areas mean the world to so many creatures inhabiting the area. Proof of that can be seen at these pools of ...
... what one writer called "an exceptional degree of desolation - endless straight and narrow valleys, two car traffic jams, and towns few and far between" ... hundreds of miles that are "at least as lonely as its Nevada sibling US-50, the official Loneliest Road in America". Destination was the Roadhouse, Nevada, just a few feet from the Utah border and quite a funky place. It is a huge unpaved service station, freestanding 60's style motel with about 40 ...
Zion campgrounds were all full so we drove to the town of Hurricane to find a hotel. Took full advantage of pool and hot tub. Had luxurious "treat yo self" (Parks and Rec reference) dinner at Triple TJ's Cafe. Binged ...
... a lamb shank because he is not a cheap date. Julia had buttered noodles because whenever the opportunity for buttered noodles presents itself, Julia or Will, or both of them, will take it!
We decided to stay another night at Zion because we really want to do the Narrows hike.
Friday, July 3
Today we are driving to Bryce Canyon from Zion. It is about an hour and 45 minutes. Started out at the spotted Dog Café for ...