Royal Inn Kanab
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... forms arrayed in front of us. Storms were building to the west, with dark imposing skies with thunder and lightning. Returning to the Y, we made two more stops at Walhalla Overlook and Roosevelt Point for photo opportunities. The North Rim is just over a thousand feet higher than the South Rim, receives more rainfall and snow and has more creeks that flow into the Colorado River, producing more canyon features than the South Rim which has ...
... radiating away from the central neck. The Rock is the remnant of an explosive volcanic eruption that occurred around 30million years ago. It is an amazing sight sitting in an otherwise flat plain. On completing a 360 tour, we joined up with the San Juan River to Four Corners National Monument – the only point in the contiguous United States where four States meet (Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah).
After paralleling the Utah/Arizona ...
... unseen and a voice crying out, “Allahu Akbar,” with several Muslims placing rugs down on the sands, kneeling and facing East towards Mecca in prayer. Nothing doing, just crimson to pink dirt interrupted by an occasional hummock or odd, pasty tourist taking a stroll under the over-exposed sunlight.
The ATV experience was lost for us; it seems the man who owns the ATV works solo, so no 3-hour tour. Worth a look though, even if all you can ...
... that Dark Roast Iced Coffee was delicious!
So we turned on the cruise control, turned up the stereo and headed north. The ride was just as boring as expected until about 100 miles in when we reached the Arizona border. It them became obvious why there was only one road. The huge Rocky Mountains were in front of us, and we were looking to see how the Interstate went across, when we realized that there was a narrow, ...
A well needed sleep in ... well until to 7:30am. So we where on the road by 9:30. A bit of highway driving before we get to Scenic Byway 9 which leads into Zion National Park. The highlight is driving through the long man made tunnel which takes you directly into the park. We head straight to the camp site. Drive around for about an hour trying to find an empty spot. The camp host was not very helpfully either. A kind camper finally ...