Knights Inn St. George North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... crosses the Arizona border, it becomes Route 389 and we soon see horses and cattle ranches. We pass through the
Kaibab-Paiute Indian Reservation and awesome cliffs. We travel through Fredonia, Arizona with a 4680 foot elevation noted and finally on to Route 89 to Kanab, Utah and follow the Vermilion Cliffs noted to be 5690 feet high. As we drive back into Arizona, we can see Lake
Powell in the canyon below. And finally we reach Page, ...
... communities sprang up along the Virgin River. Issac Behunin built the first log cabin in Zion Canyon on the fine- grained lake sediments near today's Zion Lodge. Amidst the grandeur and beauty of the spectacular white and pink monoliths and canyon walls, Issac and the few other Mormon settlers felt as if they were surrounded by a great cathedral and heavenly place. They called it "Little Zion".
Major John Wesley Powell visited the southern Utah region and ...
... thought they would be there for a while, so John and I went on to the campground. This is a very nice campground and the scenery was great on the road here. We decided to stay here for two days since we got here late, and we were lucky that they could accommodate us since they are filling up for Labor Day Weekend. It was 104 degrees when we got here.
I fixed dinner so it was ready when ...
We woke up at Zion, ate a wonderful breakfast and then headed out of Zion. On the way - we saw these cool rock formation that we just had to climb. Then we headed onwards towards the Grand Canyon - North Rim. We stopped at a viewing point where we met some Indian women who were making these beautiful beaded jewelry (something Pep hates) and Maya bought something, I bought something and Jordan bought somethign for his girlfriend, Sapir. we ...
... in the pictures below the dates are mainly around the 1880's. The boys and Omar climbed nearly to the top of the cliff even though it was pretty steep. Getting down was a bit harder but we were careful and no one took a tumble.
From there we headed to the Hidden Pinion trail. This trail includes a nature walk and is the same trail Suzanne, Marco, Bruno and Hugo did yesterday. Our plan was to do it again for Omar ...