Grand Staircase Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Staircase Inn Cannonville
Good average country motel. Clean. Quiet.
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... We could see Blue Dome on the Navajo Reservation 90 miles away! As we rode through the area the park is full of Ponderosa pines. We would have to get off the shuttle and walk around the rim of the canyon to see the beautiful sights. They were so breath-takingly beautiful I can't put it in words. We have seen so much red rock, on our cameras, they are all starting to look alike but in person they are so uniquely ...
... places and had more than a week left. Last night we did some moving around of reservations to get extra time in Moab so we will have a full day at Arches National Park. We may be wrong but with not being able to do mule ride to bottom of Grand Canyon we thought two nights would be better than three to give us time at Arches... But before that, onto Bryce on Sunday and Zion on Monday. Today we made our way to campground for Bryce and ...
... Highway 163 which took us up and into the large plateau was 3 miles of gravel curves, spectacular views, and more than a little unnerving. Mark did a wonderful job getting us through it. We couldn’t imagine even trying to get a camper up this road.
From 163, we headed west on 95, then cut onto 275 to Natural Bridges National Monument, got our photo at the entrance sign, and then stopped by the Visitor’s Center. The ranger showed Mark the ...
... and the Indians thought they were some kind of curse.
We checked into our campsite and then drove about 12 miles to Kodachrome Basin State Park to see more of these unique rock formations and cliffs. Unfortunately there was much of this park we were unable to see because of dirt roads and we couldn't take the motorhome on them.
... the route of yesterday’s ride. We’ll be on this Scenic Byway for nearly 110 miles, before turning south into Bryce Canyon National Park. UT-12 is designated a Scenic Byway for good reason. It has rolling slickrock, variegated buttes and mesas, snaking canyons, and rock walls varnished with mineral stains. As we leave Torrey, heading south, we see snow in the nearby mountains. It's been cold here. Along Highway 12, depending ...