Days Inn Cedar City
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today is a road trip day. We head south on 80, then onto 40 to 189 south. This route takes us by the Jordanelle Reservoir toward Heber. The mountains surround us and the winding roads, with hills of autumn colors, makes for a great ride. We pass another reservoir call Deere Creek. As this is a holiday, the boats are out and people are enjoying themselves. These reservoirs store water for the surrounding communities. They need water from ...
... 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 park which was different & lower but no less spectacular in it's own way. 'Twas time to put some miles under the tyres, we needed to head north, then west to Cedar City, our 1st stop on the long road to Lake Tahoe & San Fran. It wasn't long before patches of snow on top of nearby mountains became patches of snow at the side of the road. Squealing like schoolgirls we pulled over on the verge for a play & photos. Little did ...
... peak named by the early Mormon pioneers, Mount Moroni.
It was nearly 4 pm by this time and we were all about hiked out for the day, so we headed back to the visitors center hoping to meet up with Grandpa for a ride to the camper. While none of these hikes were overly strenuous (except for the Narrows), being out in the sun and walking all day pretty much wiped us all out. A good nights sleep was definitely much anticipated.
... what happens next. We do get the top, by holding onto the chains, scrambling up rocks, pushing and pulling our way upwards; avoiding the edge, a few feet away at most and as you will see from the pictures, a few inches either side sometimes !!! It was hard, challenging but awesome all at the same time. Stopping to take a seconds breath and looking around, it was surreal. The perspective is amazing, walking and watching your footing with your periphery vision shouting at ...