Crystal Inn Cedar City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After a morning of climbing at Maple Canyon on Thursday, September 25th, we drove down to Cedar City, to check in at the KOA. For our non-American friends and family, Kampgrounds of America is a big chain of campgrounds with loads of amenities, that seem to cater mainly for people in huge RVs. It wasn't the most scenic of campsites, especially as we were about 10 metres ...
... signature of three monuments are: East Mitten Butte, Merrick Butte and Elephant Butte. Monument Valley (Navajo, meaning valley of the rocks) is the region of the Colorado Plateau characterized by a cluster of vast sandstone buttes, the largest reaching 1000 feet above the valley floor. It is located on the Arizona-Utah state line, near the four corners ...
A lot of driving today. Filled up with gas $3.80ish a gallon. No lock on the petrol cap either. Went to: Cedar Breaks National Forest - first time we'd seen grassy undergrowth. Panguitch Lake Red Canyon Bryce National Park - we drove right tot the top of the canyon - 9000+ feet high. Very impressive. Then we stopped at various lookouts on our way back. Kodachrome Basin State Park And drove back in a big loop to get "home" about ...
... world. The canyon was so large and vast that words, photos or video could not do it any justice as Bryce and Zion National Parks. Jason told us to walk the Bright Angel Lookout walk only 1/4 mile, he was right. We had to stand still and only just look, although I have attached photos, they still don't bring any justice to actually being there. I was trying to find something that I could use as a gauge to help me fathom the size and depth of the canyon. There ...
... peak named by the early Mormon pioneers, Mount Moroni.
It was nearly 4 pm by this time and we were all about hiked out for the day, so we headed back to the visitors center hoping to meet up with Grandpa for a ride to the camper. While none of these hikes were overly strenuous (except for the Narrows), being out in the sun and walking all day pretty much wiped us all out. A good nights sleep was definitely much anticipated.