BEST WESTERN Red Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to carve out a zig zag path up the sheer faces, then steps into the sandstone ridges, with chains to hold on to for the final half mile. Even though, as climbers, we're used to being up high on cliffs, this trail was a different kettle of fish - having a drop of 1500 feet either side of you when you ...
... and Aspens
with a few canyon overlooks. Back through the meadows and buffalo
herd and down to Jacob's Lake, where we stopped and treated ourselves
to a real indoor, sit down lunch with ice cubes in the water! What a
thrill. Still a couple more hours and another time change to reach
Utah. We entered Zion National Park from the east, through the
beautiful red and white slickrock, past Checkerboard Mesa, pulled
over and hiked a bit through the red sand, and ...
We chill in the afternoon as the sun is hot today. I find Twilight on cable and make Hinesh watch it with me ha ha ha.
We have an early dinner because we want to catch sunset at the Canyon Lookout. We drive to Zion again and 6 miles into the park we find the trail and the parking lot. I am surprised that I enjoyed this hike. It wasn't the easiest, there are times where you are holding on to a rail and some steps, but it was fun to walk up. ...
... minutes when we passed a minivan with four bicycles loaded on a bike rack; one of the bikes had come loose from the rack and was dragging behind the vehicle at 65mph! The poor people had no idea but after a few other cars drove by and gesticulated madly toward the back of their van, they figured it out and pulled over, but probably not before destroying the bicycle. Not exactly a good way to start a vacation, but thank goodness the bike didn’t come off completely and ...
... to stop to take in the view. As we got to the bottom of drive we saw a Big Horned sheep on a rock waiting to greet us, unfortunately no where to stop on the narrow road to take a photo.
Got in to Springdale about 11am. Ordered nice Nachos for lunch at the Whiptail in the shadow of the mountain while Michael organised our accommodation. It was very hot, about 39 degrees, so we retreated to or cool room at the Quality Inn. Surprisingly the town has a lot ...