Travelodge Cedar City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... fork of Taylor Creek and set off - however, we were soon thinking that the trail seemed even more strenuous than the sign had warned... To cut a very long story short, we'd lost the trail and found ourselves bush whacking and scrambling up loose slopes, eventually ending up on top of a sheer cliff, looking down on a perfectly good trail in the valley below. Not to ...
... blew up at around 3am, and the buffering of the tent in the wind kept us awake for a while into the early hours. However, the initial stages of getting to sleep were beautiful - crickets were gently chirping and the rest of the camp was completely silent. The weather was so hot that we didn't even need to sleep in our sleeping bags and left the tent doors open, so that we would awake gazing at the stunning landscape that we had fallen asleep to.
States added: South Carolina
... the sheer hundred-foot cliffs on either side.The most famous in Zion has to be the Narrows, one of the most unique hikes in the world. You literally trek up the Virgin River through a 2,000-foot gorge, as the water covers the basin from canyon wall to canyon wall in many places. Yet I can't forget that the farther you go up, the longer the hike back. The canyon walls and towering peaks will mesmerize me to the point that I will hopefully forget ...
Woke up this morning and checked the weather. Real shock as it was going to be minus 6 we tried to see if we could get a cabin for another night but they were all booked - it is a Saturday and National Parks Day - found that out next day. Decided to find a hotel then closer to our next nights camping. Found a great deal at Best Travel Inn Cedar city thanks to Hotels.com iPhone App. Then headed into Bryce Canyon for the day. Stopped ...
... world. The canyon was so large and vast that words, photos or video could not do it any justice as Bryce and Zion National Parks. Jason told us to walk the Bright Angel Lookout walk only 1/4 mile, he was right. We had to stand still and only just look, although I have attached photos, they still don't bring any justice to actually being there. I was trying to find something that I could use as a gauge to help me fathom the size and depth of the canyon. There ...