Super 8 Salina/Scenic Hills Area
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Salina/Scenic Hills Area
Travel Blogs from Salina
... used to the altitude. Nonetheless, it was a great hike and I got some amazing pictures of plant life, animals, and mountain views. We were all really glad we did the hike even though it took us a couple hours. After that, we hopped back on the road, where we are now, and we're headed to a campsite to stay the night. This part of the road trip has been the most scenic and I've been so amazed by it all. I'm not used to seeing ...
... twisting canyons, and graceful arches." We know for sure that it is beyond beautiful and Lora, once again you need to expand your bucket list! We stopped for lunch in Mufasa at the end of the paved part of the scenic road. We expect that the rest of the road (about 6 more miles) is spectacular but there is no way we would have driven the motorhome up it. If we had a car or preferably a jeep type vehicle it would have been no problem as it appeared to be maintained ...
steve - we visited the bike shop early and eventually discussed the problems with my bike. it appears the clutch is indeed completely fried and also the water pump seals.
estimated costs $600 owch!!
so we spent the rest of the day washing clothes, ironing, chilling out and sleeping.
... out their camp but no one home so onwards.
then mark stopped outside another camp further down. i walked over to an elderly gentleman and did the pleasantries and detailed our predicament. describing where we were stuck and the route and our Savior Virgil Scott (ken) packed up thunder bird 5 and off we went.
what a drive that was, he did brilliantly getting us there and had to chop ...
... squires called hoodoos. It was very much unique but apart from that there wasn't much more to see, although we had been spoilt by our previous visits to the canyons and arches. We had some time so we took a 3 mile walk right into the canyon which took us to another level of viewing the squires. Apparently they are formed from ice, rain and erosion. The deep red walls were something we hadn't seen before and was well worth the experience. ...