Victorian Inn - A Canyons Collection Property
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVictorian Inn - A Canyons Collection Property Kanab
Beautiful Inn with lovely rooms. Breakfast was lush and the staff are both friendly and very helpful. Wished we'd stayed in Kanab and ditched Page off the itinerary.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Victorian Inn - A Canyons Collection Property Kanab
Travel Blogs from Kanab
... way to a peak of 8,840ft at a fire-ravaged area of the Kaibab National Forest. Just before making a pit stop half way at Jacob Lake, a coyote watched us pass before running across the road behind us – we were too slow in stopping to get any photos. The Inn at Jacob Lake is famous for its home-made cookies. Rightly so!
Dropping from the highest point, the road winds through open meadow lined with pine and aspen trees, ...
... and gasps at the increases over the previous years’ figures. The conditions couldn’t have been more favourable, if a little too warm, despite being over by mid-morning. Patrick and Michael’s time would only have beaten one other flyer and his aeroplane has a much smaller engine!! A really enjoyable evening and huge thanks to Allen and Laura for their perfect hosting of a very successful fly-in (52+ folk and 25 great planes).
... and it was a hive of activity. We pushed past a thicket of weather-beaten tourists and milling amateur photographers towards the overlook. Bleacher seats were five rows high, and built like the typical high school football stadium seats – the glimmering silver of aluminum. I took off to the side where the sands had been heavily travelled to get Kendall some fresh pink silt to put in her jars – unquestionable heat reverberated from the ground ...
Day 10 What can I say Bryce Canyon is amazing. After the Grand Canyon it is my favourite, Stephen still prefers Monument Valley. Bryce Canyon is also know as the Hoodoo - the canyon has hundreds of thousands of statue like figures that Navajo legend states is a wolf turning bad people to stone. Stephen managed to walk part way down to the bottom of the canyon, and I went most of the way down ...
... t do much hiking. We knew we had a long ride ahead of us, but mostly, this really isn't the right time of the year to be hiking in the desert. So we stuck close to the overlooks and just did a little climbing around. You could easily spend the day hiking, there is even an around the park trail that's 11.4 miles long.
Once we got back on the bike, we knew it was going to be a boring day. We are heading to the parks ...