Pinewoods Resort

121 Duck Creek Ridge Road, Duck Creek Village, Utah, 84762, United States | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Duck Creek Village

Zion, Checkered Rock formations, WOW!

A travel blog entry by margotsilva


... Oct.) Next we plan to stay in Marble Canyon, Lees Ferry, then on to the Grand Canyon Village and hopefully get a glimpse of The Grand Canyon.

Then we head south on scenic AZ180 through Flagstaff and on into Sedona for a few nights, as long as snow doesn't push us further south. Talk to ya’ll soon!


Zion N.P.- many thumbs up

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa


I'm very happy to have a lifetime National Parks pass. Admission to Zion N.P. is $25, but free to me! Throw in my half-price camping fee and life is good. Zion probably has the best rep. of all Utah's parks and I think it deserves it. This spot is the middle of a 3-park system. Bryce Canyon sits on top of the Grand Staircase, a series of terraces. Water from it flows into Zion Canyon and from here the Virgin River goes down to meet the Colorado and flows thru ...

Zion Riding, Hiking, and Relaxing

A travel blog entry by gaduzabe


We had to get up early on Saturday as we made reservations for a horseback ride in the valley. Mattias is too young so Gary, Zach, and Ben signed up for a 1 hour ride starting at 9:30, Dulcey and Mattias would do a short hike to the Emerald Pools. We had to get up early so as to catch the shuttle which goes up and down the 6 mile long valley every 10-15 minutes. The shuttle is really nice as it really cuts down on the amount of traffic in the ...

Day 19: Bryce Canyon

A travel blog entry by sarahholiday


... 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


... 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 ...

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