DAY 1 - GRAND CANYON'S NORTH RIM
Our Bryce, Zion & Grand Canyon family tours meet in St. George, Utah, and head for Grand Canyon’s North Rim (1 night). At the Ancestral Puebloan ruins on Walhalla Plateau, we pay an amazing visit to one of America’s most important archeological sites. An afternoon takes us to the canyon’s rim to be in place for sunset overlooking Roaring Springs and the South Rim.
DAYS 2-4 - BRYCE CANYON
En route to Bryce Canyon National Park (2 nights), you’ll go boogie boarding on the steep, slippery sands at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. After a morning walk among the sandstone hoodoos, we climb aboard mules for a cool ride down into the canyon.
DAYS 5-6 - ZION
In Zion National Park (2 nights), there’s mountain biking on an easy-going riverside trail. Then we switch to swim suits and tubes to float down the Virgin River between red rock bluffs. On our final day, we take an awesome walk through hanging flower gardens into the slot canyon of Zion Narrows.
|Jun 26-Jul 1, 2016||$3295.00||$495.00|
|July 24-29, 2016||$3295.00||$495.00|
|June 25-30, 2017||$3395.00||$495.00|
|July 2-7, 2017||$3395.00||$495.00|
|July 23-28, 2017||$3395.00||$495.00|
The Grand Canyon Lodge is warm and welcoming, with limestone walls and timbered ceilings that complement the North Rim's rugged beauty. The lodge’s terrace, with rustic wooden rocking chairs, is the ideal setting for a glass of wine at sunset.
Ruby’s Inn was established in 1916, when rancher Reuben (Ruby) Syrett, built canvas shelters near the canyon's rim for visitors. The hotel, is still owned by the Syrett family is known for its historic charm, western hospitality and friendly service.
A riverside oasis of sun hued stucco, old railroad timbers and native stone grace this beautiful property. Rooms feature private terraces or balconies and Adirondack chairs. Relax at the end of the day in the heated outdoor swimming pool or hot tub.