Crystal Inn Cedar City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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 ...
... blew up at around 3am, and the buffering of the tent in the wind kept us awake for a while into the early hours. However, the initial stages of getting to sleep were beautiful - crickets were gently chirping and the rest of the camp was completely silent. The weather was so hot that we didn't even need to sleep in our sleeping bags and left the tent doors open, so that we would awake gazing at the stunning landscape that we had fallen asleep to.
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... t in the leaflet! Sadly we didn't see a mountain lion or Pronghorn deer but we did see Stellar's jay, Clark's nutcracker, violet-green swallows, a Utah prairie dog, a Utah chipmunk plus the squirrel and a snake we managed to photograph. There were quite a few people staring at the snake as it crossed a piece of bare earth. It wasn't in any great hurry and one brave guy and stupid Rick went close to take photos, (wrong lens drat it!) and had to get ...
... was pregnant, either that or it was extremely fat. We walked back and boarded the shuttle to a place known as the Great White Throne. The view is dominated by a large white monolith of that name. We could see hikers on the trail above us at a place called Angels Landing, 1,400 feet above the valley floor. Back on the shuttle to Weeping Rock. This was a short walk to an overhang that weeps water, caution signs warning us not to drink the water because it ...
... again this trip!! Well because of the flat, Grandpa had to head into St George, Utah and get a new spare, leaving the 4 of us to spend the day exploring the rest of the canyon.
Our first stop was Weeping Rock, a short steep walk to a large rock overhang. Inside the rock, water continuously seeps and flows from any crevice it can find. The result is a lush garden of ferns and flowers literally hanging from the rock ...