Royal Inn Kanab
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... forward to receiving and getting it all set up.
We only had to travel less than thirty miles to get to our next destination park: Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. With a bit of confusion and difficulty due to a less than cooperative Ranger we got into our site and set up. Thanks to a young seasonal employee girl who straightened it out...
We are right across the road from the restroom/showers with limitless hot ...
... upstream to the Narrows. As I mentioned, the majority of the walk is spent in the river with the depth varying from ankle to thigh high. The water was warmer than expected but we were happy to have the booties on. We were definitely happy to have hired the boots as they gave us a good grip on the slippery boulders and rocks in the river and they gave our ankles good support (we saw one girl without the good shoes being carried out with a twisted ankle). ...
... Some guys came back who had obviously been canyoning & they were commenting on how the rangers had been unreasonable although they acknowledged they had done something wrong. They were expecting a fine, but the rangers came & just drove away. Interesting stuff.
The trail is rated as moderate, and it was quite easy. There were places where the trail wasn't very wide with no railing or barrier and quite a drop. A lot of it is steps cut out of the rock or tracks ...
... early morning wake up, the old limbs are struggling to get going. Once I am up I leave chicken in bed to drive to the entrance of Zion NP. You can only park at the visitors centre before you have to get on the free shuttle to get on and off around Zion. The free shuttle takes you right into the canyon where you can see the jagged edge yellow red sandstone canyons all around. I start my first trail of the day, Angels Landing. It is all uphill on the way up, the lungs ...
... was a lot quicker as we knew the channel a bit better.
As we made our way back to the car we both agreed that Zion had definitely grown on us after our first impressions when we arrived during our ‘come down’ from our Bryce walk. It is a wonderful park, but a bit like the others would probably be better if you could avoid the heat of July, as this would open up more options for hikes and exploring the park.
J & N