Beaver Creek Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Beaver Creek Inn Lake Montezuma
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... the eastern flank of the Sierra Nevada's, with impressive views of the peaks and valleys that make up this fantastic chain of mountains. The highway itself is a lot quieter than those highways and roads on the western side of the ranges thru the Central Valley (the I-5) or the coast road thru' Big Sur. There's a lot less towns and those towns that dot the eastern flank of the ranges are smaller, more rural, and more homely.
Initially the country you ...
Sedona and the surrounding area are often called "Red Rock Country". In fact, highway signs not only welcome you to “Red Rock Country” but wish you a fond farewell. This area is a mecca for those with an interest in history, archaeology, arts and culture, shopping, outdoor sports and spiritual/metaphysical experiences. All this is offered with the backdrop of some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. In fact, a recent study found that 64% ...
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 - our much anticipated visit to Grand Canyon.
Words cannot describe, so hopefully pictures might.
We opted to splurge for an organized tour to get the whole experience and it was a good choice. Great West Tours and our guide Allen, of Lakota, Sioux Nation origin looked after us for 12 hours. Allen was a great guide - not overly talkative, but informative. The 2.5 hour drive each way was comfortable with him at ...
... I-8 freeway, joined the I-17 freeway, blew through Phoenix where they could use a couple of million less cars, and up through Black Canyon, an amazing chunk of geology put there by a mirthful God, with a pit stop at the Agua Fria National Monument where there's over 450 distinct Native American structures, some petroglyphs scattered across the numerous puebloan ...
... The north rim is much quieter and peaceful than the south rim, with less visitors and a more natural environment. Only a couple of viewpoints were crowded and not a lot of people once you are on the trails. The nighttime weather was cool, since it was Sept., but daytime temps were great for hiking. and the scenery and foliage were spectacular.
No doubt the serenity, calmness and view are very nice in grand canyon national park. ...