Travelodge Hurricane Zion National Park Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We thought we had seen it all, but todays visit to Zion National Park in Utah was the icing on the cake. We hiked and climbed for 5 hours in this majestic park. Our goal was the famous Angles Landing Trail, a 5.4 mile verticle climb (1400ft) elevation with sheer drop offs. The final 400 mtrs was via a chain connected to the sheer rockface. I was …
It's been a long, long time since I've written anything on the blog page so here goes. Last anyone heard was///we were in Mendocino visiting with Kate and Pat. From there we went to their home via the redwood forest and stayed in Geyserville for a few nights. Oh what fun we had, meeting new friends, dinner out and just relaxing. Then on to see and meet Shelly Adcock, Tim's sister. We stayed ...
... upstream to the Narrows. As I mentioned, the majority of the walk is spent in the river with the depth varying from ankle to thigh high. The water was warmer than expected but we were happy to have the booties on. We were definitely happy to have hired the boots as they gave us a good grip on the slippery boulders and rocks in the river and they gave our ankles good support (we saw one girl without the good shoes being carried out with a twisted ankle). ...
... Utah: Restaurants are not allowed to sell beer to take home. A patron may only buy beer from a supermarket for that.
We had a very pleasant time talking with Emanuel and relaxing at the end of the day. We walked the few minutes back to the hotel under a sky full of shining stars.
Alison Tranbarger Epstein We have a couple of Zionist National Parks here, too. :)
Alexa Kaufman Gross your pictures are great
Bryce Canyon & drive to Zion (07/07)
We still had a walk to do in Bryce that some people had recommended to us, so we checked out of our hostel and headed back into Bryce instead of heading on to Zion in the morning. We are so glad we did.
We walked the Queens Garden and Navajo Loop trail - it was amazing. We set off from Sunrise Point and walked in between, around, and at times through hoodoo’s and along huge walls ...