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TravelPod Member ReviewsZion Mountain Resort Mount Carmel
We had to conceal our cabin at the Zion lodge because there were enough beds. This place popped up and other than being on the undeveloped entrance of the park- it is perfect!!
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9/5 Day 76 We traveled from Las Vegas to Hurricane UT today. What a beautiful trip right up rte. 15. This section is marked as scenic. For the first half of the drive we questioned our definition of scenic as it was long straight sections of road through open desert with all the mountains off in the distance on each side. Then we crossed briefly into Arizona and then into Utah and we saw we were still correct, long climbs followed by steep descents and curves. Since it was a ...
Today was another great day. We had a good night camping at Ruby's RV Campground at the entrance to Bryce Canyon National Park. Josh spent most of the night in the Eno until he got so cold he came in the tent with Austin and me. We were all surprised at how cold it was last night. It had to be in the Low 60's. We were all bundled up.
This morning we got packed up and left around ...
Views views views. That pretty much sums up today. Starting at 4.30 when we got up to watch (and time lapse) the sunrise. Once again we got to see the super keen people head off down the trail towards the river. It was really good to see the canyon walls take on increasingly vibrant colours as the light levels increased. Check out our awesome video (now includes random music to get you in the mood!)
After a little nap (sunrise was very early) we headed off along the ...
... Pool in Texas. We continued to hike to the Middle Pools (had not gone past the Lower Pools the first time) and fell in love with the view. The reflection of the canyon walls in the pool was amazing.
We decided we had enough time to hike up to the Upper Emerald Pools and just barely got there in time. It was a bigger version of the Lower Pools. The canyon walls surrounding us were so immense it was like standing under skyscrapers! There was an ...
Hi Everyone, 4/1-4/15
Well we thought we would try our luck at the lottery for the
Wave in Kanab again (10th try). I guess we will be coming back. This
is great because we found a whole bunch more to do here.
We only spent 3 days here this time. We went to Pipe Springs
National Monument which is on the Kaibab Indian reservation. There is a lot of
interesting history for this small fort. It was built to be a tithing ranch in