Ramada St George
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Preserve. We stopped in the middle of the desert. The ground was sand and gravel. We walked among the tortured branches. There were no sounds. It was the most still, most quiet place in the universe. Every foot step we took sounded like inharmonious clangs. It was too got to continue to the ghost town I knew was 12 miles away so we turned around and passed the $5 a gallon gas and continued east and over the Mojave. The road flattens out and ...
... resort that borders the Cedar Breaks National Monument. We were able to get all the way to the top of the mountain and experience some amazing views. The peak is over 11,000 feet in elevation and one can see parts of Arizona, Nevada and Utah from the summit. There is also get a great view of the Cedar Breaks area from the top. We took plenty of photos during the day, so we hope they adequately illustrate our visits and that you enjoy ...
... But the main living area has 15' ceilings and huge windows with expansive views of the surrounding red cliffs. They had exactly the same granite in the kitchen (Cashmere white) as we do. They also used the same tiles we have in the boys' bathroom which look like wood. Except they used them all over the house. The walls were textured and gray in color - very pretty and again reminiscent of our home. As it's a golf ...
... 45 min drive but the scenery was incredible. Once there we had to use the shuttle busses to get to where we wanted to start the walks. In peak season this is the only way to get around. We went to the far end of the canyon because we wanted to start with the riverside walk. It had rained quite heavy the night before and there was concern that we might not be able to get in as the Virgin river had risen overnight. All had settled by the time we got there though the ...
... of climbing up the narrow ridge and soaring up 800ft cliffs to get to the 360 degree panorama of the Zion Valley was just beyond anything I have ever done.
Bit of back story here. I did come to Zion once before when I was on my last 100 days off. Back then, whilst I was into hiking I was not what you would call fit. My last attempt on Angels Landing went the same way at San Jacinto ...