Quality Inn I-15 Red Cliffs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... them for awhile, then found some shade for water and a snack. Tommy spotted a huge rock and had me take his pic as if he were holding it up. :) The we headed quickly back to the car. It was time to head through the long tunnel!
This 1 mile tunnel is an architectural wonder! We were amazed by the "windows" that were cut into the tunnel along the way. That did slow traffic down as cars would stop in front of them to snag a few pics. The rangers were only ...
... laminae, which represent periodic changes and the ribbing is formed from erosion. The guy working the lottery system said he stumbled upon it in 1970 before it was even known as The Wave. He found the place so extraordinary that he camped there for three days straight and then hiked out without ever having seen another person. This hike is calling to me like no other.
After I gathered myself from my let down I decided I was going to give it one more go ...
... and storms overnight but we
got up early and took the shuttle to the other end of the park,
walked a mile on the Riverwalk trail and finally made it to the
water. This was our 3rd time hiking the Virgin River
Narrows, and definitely the hairiest. Recent storms had the water an
opaque chocolate and as the bottom is covered in huge rounded,
algae-covered stones, the footing is totally precarious. Secure
waterproof shoes and walking shoes ...
... there wasn’t a smooth surface anymore for which to attach the mirror. Also, we were told that the windshield had to be less than 70° for the glue to stick. Given it was already over 100°, that wasn't going to happen. They even suggested icing the window down.
We decided to duct tape the mirror to the windshield. Seemed like it would work, but with all of the vibration and heat, it just wasn’t. So ...
... visited the Northwest corner of Zion—Kolob Canyons—described in the National Geographic Guide as "one of the most spectacular and most accessible regions of the park [but] also one of the least visited." We had to see it and haven't regretted it.
Our timing was perfect because we got there late afternoon. Aside from the traffic jam, we had ...