BEST WESTERN Red Hills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... still comfortably warm. Very majestic views again with spires and very colorful limestone formationsTraveled further to the highest point at 9000 ft called Rainbow Point. Huge panoramic view with again different limestone cliffs and formations.The national parks are very well presented with ample parking and footpaths, interesting that cliff edges are generally open and the specific lookouts are ...
... a mini Bryce Canyon but it is in the one area as an amphitheatre. It has 3 or 4 lookouts with very short walks and each one simply took our breath away (& the other people there as well). The various colours of the rocks from white, to yellow, to pink, to red progressing up the amphitheatre, combined with the shapes like rugged statues is just phenomenal. And the sun did the right thing while we were there. It is best to see in the afternoon sun, so it ...
Today I (Ava) woke up in Park City, Utah at the Marriott Vacation Club. We checked out around ten thirty and drove to the Park City Mountain Resort to have some fun at their Summer Adventure Center. The first thing we did was the Alpine Coaster. We waited in line for about fifteen minutes then got on the cars. The car had a break, but we were told that we did not have to use it and could just push the lever forward the entire ride to go fast. ...
... a beautiful final resting place indeed.
From Best Friends we drove into the (small) town of Kanab to check on hiking permits and pick up some essentials at the market. Hiking permits for The Wave were a no-go; they only issue ten (10!) per day and it’s via lottery. People apparently line up outside the ranger station starting the night before, kind of like when trying to get concert or playoff tickets, but only ten lucky people get to go! Crazy stuff! ...
... the river flushes about 5 million tons of sand and rock down the river to a lower elevation and later to Lake Mead… today the river is maybe 15 ft across and 3 ft deep… and is running so slow that you could easily walk across it with the understanding that its ice cold…
Of course it’s the throw of the dice as to which set of scientists you wish to believe… 1 – that ...