Travel Blogs from Kanab
Cedar Breaks National Monument was our next stop. You are asked to go into the Visitors Centre to pay or show your pass - a bit of an honesty system except at Cedar Breaks you were given a receipt which was stuck to the windscreen. Driving to & from here is an extensive snow mobile area & we guess cross country skiing too. It was also here that Greg saw a massive bolt of lightning & we had some rain. This was the most ...
... driving on to Zion, so Maeve and I chose putt putt golf, and we all had a lot of laughs at how many times we had to hit the ball to get it in the hole.
We left Park City around 3:30 for the five hour drive to our next stop near Zion National Park. On the way through Utah we saw a huge rain storm approaching. The land is pretty flat in this part of the state so we could see the storm coming for miles. It was very windy and Dad said ...
Saturday June 21, 2014
Our destination today was the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, which took us south on US 89A and AZ 67 to the park entrance. Traveling over 89A was through a desert environment of sand and sagebrush but as we moved higher in elevation the shrubbery turned into Pinion Pine and Utah Juniper and eventually higher up into lush forests of Ponderosa Pine and Aspen. ...
... is dramatic, as rows of pine trees veil
the color and grandeur of the canyon until you reach the rim. Here the
brilliant hues come alive - especially with the rising and setting of
the sun. Visitors may take a 37-mile round-trip drive to Bryce Canyon's
15 most popular viewpoints.
10-10 to 10-16-2013 Springdale, UT Quality Inn & RV Park, South Entrance to Zion. WOW. WOW, WOW! More amazing and different rock formations!
We left Bryce Canyon via scenic UT12 driving through the Red Canyon (yep, hard to believe, more beautiful red cliff and rock formations… very red dirt) then ...