Super 8 Cedar City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... into the park. I had thought a mesa was a flat topped hill and had no idea the term could be applied to sections of land that rose 7,000 feet into the air. I can definitely say that southern Utah is not flat! The road that enters Zion (or Zions as all the locals call it) is similar to Glacier National Park's Going-to-the-Sun road and was built about the same time. Getting to the base of the canyon involves numerous switchbacks, hairpin turns and rock faces ...
... how that day would turn out.....
Get up late at 5:10am. We were supposed to get up at 5am but the music that was to wake us up was too mellow.
Drive up and over mountain in rain and clouds
Move all Nattie's stuff (and her) into van once we arrived at the repair shop.
... ski season, but seems to bustling pretty well this time of year. Grabbing a coffee and hitting the road again.
Update 2:24PM MDT: Well we survived the Rocky Mtns and we've crossed into Utah. The landscape is desolate and resembles the Grand Canyon on a very small scale. Huge expanses of nothing but sage, tumbleweeds, sand surrounded by high mesas and plateaus that seem to be hiding ...
... the bigger part of Zion National Park—the big canyon known as Zion Canyon. Here, there is no self-guided driving as you are not allowed to drive into the canyon. Instead, you park your car in Springdale, the town right outside the park, and then free shuttle busses take you to and into the park. This non-stop shuttle service gets you ...
... 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 ...