Quality Inn I-15 Red Cliffs
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is not compulsory to wear a helmet and it is so strange to see people on huge bikes with bare heads. We camped just outside the park in the town of Springdale, to reduce traffic congestion in the park there are shuttle buses that run every 7 minutes and stop at all the major sites. We had some free time in the afternoon, it was really hot so our tents dried out quickly and I had a swim in the pool. We were on van cleaning duty which is the best (easiest) job. It ...
... we only walked a short distance just to have the experience and say we did. The water was cool. It is recommended to wear closed toe shoes, but we waded in our river sandals. Some people even went bare foot. Even a short walk is beautiful! We got to a point where all we saw were sheer cliffs and river and all the people! After walking in water, we walked back down the River-walk, enjoying the views. Back on the bus, we started going back down the canyon. The next ...
Sunny, around 38°C (100°F), very pleasant evening temp. Driving through a canyon from Las Vegas to Zion the temp peaked at 47°C (117°F) and they were doing roadworks!
As we drove the 2.5 hrs to Zion we were amazed at the varying rocky landscapes we drove through, after leaving the Vegas suburbs, which were very desolate with limited vegetation.
There were a few small & large towns on the way. They seem to like building homes right on ...
... is a well organized Park and the attraction is the Canyon that has been cut into the Navajo Sandstone by the Virgin River. No private cars are aloud into the Canyon. There is a bus shuttle service that runs from 7.00 till 20.00 every 4 minutes back and forth and it is inclusive in the entrance fee into the park. So one can hop on and off as many times during the day while doing the various hikes. Today it was drizzling most of the day and we are glad we did the ...
... we want them. The other good thing about this canyon is that it is a one way street so you don't get the dramas of people trying to keep to the right to move through. Buddy tells us that years back 11 hikers died in the canyon because a flash flood hit the area while they were going through the canyon. The owner wasn't going to open the canyon back up if he wasn't allowed to put a second exit in. Hence the one way street in the Lower Canyon.
The Lower Canyon ...