Quality Inn I-15 Red Cliffs
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... too. Back to the room for a nap, clean up and off to dinner. Along the way, we stopped into a few of the art galleries and shops. Springdale is a great little tourist city. Everyone has been extremely friendly. Ate at Bit & Spur..it was delicious ! TexMex dining...I had sweet potato tamales and sangria and Jeanne had Hawaiin sword fish tacos and margaritas. One quick stop for ice cream on the way back. Another great day! (except for the GoPro ...
... the Temple of Sinawava. From here you hike 1 mile to the beginning of the narrows along the Virgin River. We decide that after about 4 miles of hiking we are now hungry and head back to the car for lunch. We get there about 1:30.
This is truly a spectacular place. One of our favorite NP stops. Its hard to rank them as they all have unique features and views. All in all they are all wonderful. ...
... over the rocks. It took half an hour each way and we arrived on top of the blind arch that we had seen from the road snaking up to the tunnel. it was quite spectacular to see down along the canyon between the towering rock walls. Behind us, the rocks were changing colour with the lowering sun, and before us the rays of the sun were streaming out over the canyon. We stayed there about 20 mins but didn't wait until sunset in case it was too dark to clearly see the trail back. ...
... in sunshine. The Narrows is walking and wading up the Virgin River until it gets narrower and narrower. We trekked up for over 2 hours with hundreds of other visitors with the Canyon Walls getting closer and closer together until we reached the Orderville Junction where we turned around. This was a 6 mile ( 10 km ) round trip.
The Zion NP was absolutely another highlight of our trip.
... We then decided it was cool enough to go check out the bus system and the canyon. Since we only had a little time until the last bus we only took about a half mile hike at the very end of the bus system. Oh well tomorrow is the big climb up toward Angel's Landing. We will see how far we get. Kathy's knee is giving her fits tonight so she will stay behind for the steep ...