Cliff Dwellers Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Marble Canyon
Lee's Ferry is such a special place for us. We love to camp there because you have a 360 view of the red cliff's and a nice view of the river from above. This time because we had no tent or camper, we were staying in hotels which is most unusual.
They were releasing a larger than usual amount of water from the dam so the paddle upstream was a good workout. We got to ...
... we came upon an area of an ancient site of Cliff Dwellers. Here strewn around the base of cliffs were huge rocks, called Goblins that the native people used to craft dwellings. The shapes and contours of the rocks were incorporated into the dwellings becoming roofs, walls or ledges for beds. Navajo women were selling trinkets and offering up stories passed down to them. Very interesting! A good stop! Off to the Grand Canyon… without reservations, first ...
... out on a sunny Monday morning but there was a high wind warning. By the time we reached Flagstaff the wind was really blowing. We made it to Cameron, but between Flagstaff and Cameron the wind was so strong that dust was blowing wildly across the road along with tons of tumbleweed. At Cameron we could hardly ...
... a drive and a closed highway meaning a long detour did not help, but we did later arrive in the town of Page next to the massive Lake Powell.
Almost all of the motels, hotels and lodging were full. We finally found space in a Motel 6 and treated ourselves to dinner out, choosing a fun Western style joint with very tasty food. After hardly any sleep the last few days along with the gutting news today, it was nice to have a quiet room and bed for the ...
... to go up a 47% incline, the rain made it too slippery but it was cool nonetheless. The first canyon was amazing but the second was even better. It was an arms length wide and completely smoothed by the river that carved it. lots of protruding rocks and hollows made it even cooler. The most amazing bit however was the red, yellow and oranges lines, flowing over the rocks like water they were what really made the canyon incredible to ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed