Snow Family Guest Ranch

Address: 633 E. Hwy. 9, Virgin, Utah, 84779, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on 633 E. Hwy. 9, Virgin.
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Travel Blogs from Virgin

Day 3, Monday, October 20, 2014

A travel blog entry by katelarsen on Oct 20, 2014

10 photos

... camera/video. It takes high definition photos and videos that she can make her movies from. While standing and enjoying the amazing scenery, the GoPro slipped from its attachment on her backpack strap, hit the ground once, then twice, then plummeted over the edge of the cliff rim into the Emerald Pool (aka green algae pond) below. I didn't see it happen but I heard the 2 bounces then an "oh ****" and I knew exactly what happened. Jeanne stood ...

Day Thirteen

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Aug 29, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... off as much as you want. John and I think this is the greatest idea. This controls the crowds and the traffic. When we were at Yellowstone last year the traffic was terrible and people would just stop in the middle of a road to see a site or an animal. I wish they would provide the buses there. They do this in Denali in Alaska also and it just makes for a nicer visit. By the way, if you are 62 or older you can buy a lifetime park pass for ...

Day Twelve

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Aug 28, 2014

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... at a station that had mechanics who worked on the shuttle buses for Bryce Canyon. They were able to get it started, but it wouldn’t start on its own.

They told Mike where to get the part and get it fixed and it was in Cedar City, which was 70 miles away. So they got on the phone and found a NAPA store who had the part and a Ford dealer who was willing to fix it today. So off we went ...

Amazing walks through river & on top

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 09, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... Overlook Trail to watch the sun start to set. The tunnel was built in the late 1920s and opened in 1930 and is an amazing feat of engineering. We weren't able to park in the small area on the right at the end of the tunnel as a ranger van was across it. We continued for a number of miles before we were able to turn around & then parked up the hill a bit from the trail start. There were 2 ranger vans there blocking some cars, so we had to wait to be able to get a ...

Hurricane to Zion

A travel blog entry by travelnotes14 on Jul 30, 2014

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.30 7.2014

Black Bear sprung a leak on a rear break fluid line and we had to wait for parts for three days in Hurricane, just outside of the Zion National Park. This was not a good experience, the waiting in the small village, spending time at the local library, M. Donald and Willowwind RV Park and then at the end dealing with a crooked Garage owner.

ZION- meaning place of Refuge, Peace and Tranquility
2 August Saturday the.we drove into the Zion ...