Pinewoods Resort

Address: 1460 E. Duck Creek Ridge Road, Duck Creek Village, Utah, 84762, United States | Resort
 
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This resort is located on 1460 E. Duck Creek Ridge Road, Duck Creek Village.
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    Travel Blogs from Duck Creek Village

    First Day on the Job!

    A travel blog entry by dianneonthego on May 27, 2015

    13 photos

    First day on the job. May 26, 2015
    I love it! I spent the first half of my shift working at the Visitors Center welcome desk answering questions about the park. Over the weekend I explored the park and surrounding areas so I was able to impart knowledge from first hand experience rather than the seat of my pants. Most people want to know the best way to see the park so there is a lot of repetition. We ...

    Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

    A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell on Apr 30, 2015

    5 comments, 21 photos

    What a difference 140 kilometres (87 miles) makes! The journey to Bryce Canyon National Park took us to an elevation of 2,750 metres (9,100 feet), a drop in daytime temperature from 31C (88F) to 21C (70F), and a dramatic change in scenery. While the red/orange colour still dominates, the rock formations are remarkably ...

    Zion National Park

    A travel blog entry by ajbrad on Sep 23, 2014

    44 photos

    ... made it nice and cool. Back down the trail and on the shuttle to the Grotto Trail. There is a nice picnic area there so we had our lunch here. It was getting into the middle of the afternoon, so we decided to head back to camp and finish our park touring the next day. Good thing we did, the shuttles were very crowded and there was road construction and delays. We got back to camp and rested before going to LaVerkin for Groceries and gas (gas was 35C a gallon ...

    Day 19: Bryce Canyon

    A travel blog entry by sarahholiday on Jul 17, 2013

    1 photo

    ... concealed), we drove to Bryce Canyon national park. We saw some of the best vistas of the canyons that we have seen yet. We stopped at places such as "sunset point", "inspiration point" and "bryce point" which all gave amazing views over miles and miles of canyon walls and rocks, looking like an intricate maze from above. At this point, we were what Edward Abbey calls 'industrial tourists' - visiting a national park ...

    Day 18: Zion National Park

    A travel blog entry by sarahholiday on Jul 16, 2013

    3 comments

    ... The national park website tells you that flash floods are a real risk on this hike and have proven fatal. they are most likely to occur July, Aug and Sept. They can occur quickly, causing the water level to rise within minutes and rush down the canyon in a 12 foot torrent. Gulp. If you manage to reach high ground in time, you may be stranded overnight and die of hypothermia. Double gulp. Jake and I therefore turned up probably the best kitted out people ever with food, water ...