Grand Lodge At Brian Head
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After arriving at Brian Head late at night (and spending nearly 20 minutes trying to find where we were actually staying in the dark) it was a pleasent suprise to find that we were not only staying in the middle of Dixie National Forest, but there was a National Monument near by that we could do a short hike on.
The drive in the daylight was so much more enjoyable than the drive up the mountain in the dark. ...
... supplies (for essential supplies, read beer, toothpaste and flip-flops!).
As we left Arizona, and put our watches ahead one hour to Utah time, we noticed a dramatic change in the colours of the landscape. From the ambers of Arizona, we suddenly found ourselves in the deep reds of Utah. Here, the volcanic activity is more recent and bright red hues sweep the rocks layered on top of limestone peaks. It truly is a stunning sight, and a beautiful drive. Here the plant ...
... to do that once more was enough motivation for Noah to endure the 100-degree Fahrenheit hikes. The pictures tell the story far better than we could, but suffice to say that river playing should be part of every childhood.
In the evening, we drove on to Cedar City as all the hotels around Zion--predictably I suppose--had no vacancies. ...
... and mesquite flourish in the desert heat. The great diversity of habitats make this park so special, beautiful and the feeling of sanctuary. Canyon Scenic Drive is open to shuttle buses only. The Zion-Mount Carmel Highway is allowed private vehicle beyond Canyon Junction, this route directly pass thru tunnel to view the Checkerboard ...
incredible scenery found in Zion Canyon. The river itself now serves as a
natural corridor for exploring the park. There are several easy,
self-guiding trails along the river, along with more challenging hikes
where the river and its tributaries cut through narrow canyons. For
those with strollers ...