Treasure Trail Motel
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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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We arranged to keep the rental car and remain at the Lodge for an extra two days and, despite the weather, take advantage to see more of the local sights.
We have both visited the Grand Canyon’s South Rim many years’ ago, but had not had the opportunity to view it from the North Rim. This would be our trip for today.
Kanab is at approx 4,800ft and the Airport only just in Utah. The road south rose ...
... giving rides, and interviews for a promotional video for South Utah tourism to appear at some point in the future (hope we get to see a copy).
Back at the Lodge for another poolside gathering and pre-banquet drinks before walking to a local Western-style restaurant for the much anticipated results and food! Each participant received a certificate recording time taken and average speed over the course accompanied by some hilarity ...
... until we were too cold from the water and headed out. The first hour or two was ok until we got to sunlight. 38 degrees, and a massive hike up a cliff, too tired and thirsty to do anything else. But it was awesome!
Unfortunately i didn't get pictures because i wanted to borrow Jen's camera, to help take film cameras. But her photos look amazing. just have to wait for the film to be processed!
... Partition Arch it’s hard to be impressed. We decide its already 9am so its time to turn around to get back to the campground by 10 to allow time for showers and packing our tent up.
We head back and as we do we notice how busy it is getting, with the hoards of crowds and interesting characters trying to complete the hike. Aaron and I are jumping around the rocks like quick little chipmunks as we see people the same age struggling around with their hiking poles. ...
... or forked into Wall Street slot canyon and _____. The first part, until the fork, is not as dangerous in the event of a flash flood because there is a lot of high ground easily accessible. Will was pretty nervous about the thought of a flash flood. We had decided not to continue past the fork because the canyon was straight up rock with no high ground. At the Zion Adventure Co. they showed us an orientation video. In the video, we learned the ...