Treasure Trail Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTreasure Trail Motel Kanab
Nice, clean room, friendly staff, would definitely stay there again; good value
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... route. But talk about beautiful. Check out these photos. Fall is in the air, and the trees are a stunning color. Lot's to see on this route and we stopped about a billion times at viewpoints and interesting markers. The old AXIS was wheezing by the time we got to the top, but it's always an opportunity to scare the bejesus out of the Tufie on ...
... over the place. The more established dunes have various desert plants holding them in place, keeping them stable, but vast swathes of the place seemed to be just sand. We could have been in the middle of the Saraha! Upon returning two town, we finally got checked in. Turned out that our original room had a 'toilet issue' - so we got upgraded to the Victorian Inn! Absolutely stunning room, with massive oak beds and furniture and a huge bathroom!!! Lovely ...
... service built this path. The next 1/2 mile that we did not complete was along a sheer ridge guided by a chain and shared by people coming down like a giant team building exercise. On top of that the ridge was made of some sandstone material so every step you took there was a fine layer of slippery sand. We made the first summit and bailed. Maybe with hiking boots- maybe without kids. I heard it was spectacular at ...
... thongs and without poles) and parts are waist deep but these are at the bends and avoidable. Much of the walk in the Narrows is spent crisscrossing the river or walking through it for short distances. There is no set distance to this walk as it continues on for miles. We went to a large overhang which took us an hour and a half (including stops for eating muesli bars & apples) where there was water seeping from the rock.
You walk back the way you came. We ...
... driving to Zion National Park.
The drive to Zion was about 3 hours. You drive through Zion to get to Springdale. As we entered the park the view of the mountain ranges was just amazing. The mountains loom over you and the sandstone colours pop in the afternoon light.
We spend some time looking for accommodation again. While the Red Rock Inn was tempting with the cosy little cottage where they leave a Hershey chocolate nugget on your pillow as well as ...