Grand Canyon Trip

Las Vegas

Bliss At The Bellagio

Las Vegas Shows

Zion National Park

The Grand Canyon's Two Best Kept Secrets

Rooms With A View

The South Rim

Nightmare In Sedona

Disenchanted With Enchantment

Architect's Delight

Side Trips We Missed

  Side Trips We Missed  

We’ll go back just to visit the following things we were close to but didn’t have time to see:

Hoover Dam

Hoover Dam Located 30 miles southeast of Las Vegas on U.S. Highway 93 at the Nevada-Arizona border.

Bryce Canyon National Park

BryceCanyon Erosion has shaped colorful Claron limestones, sandstones, and mudstones into thousands of spires, fins, pinnacles, and mazes collectively called "hoodoos."

Bryce Canyon, UT is about sixty miles north-east of Zion and has an in-park lodge (see How To Book.

Lake Powell

Lake Powell

In the Glen Canyon Recreation Area (which spans Arizona and Utah), Lake Powell encompasses more than 1900 miles of shoreline ringed by red cliffs, inlets, and canyons, offering spectacular vistas and geologic wonders.

Lake Powell can be reached from Page, AZ or Wahweap, AZ, which are about 40 and 45 miles north of Marble Canyon on AZ-89, respectively.  The primary form of transportation within the park is by boat, and you can take a five-hour cruise from Wahweap to the world's largest natural bridge, Rainbow Bridge National Monument.

Rainbow Bridge National Monument