Zion Adventure

Categories: ////30 Oct 2014

Miss Fit Adventures

October 5th-9th, 2015

Hi everyone,

Interested in going to Zion National Park?  Well, Miss Fit is going!  Check out the details.  PLEASE NOTE:  8 Spots are already taken.

What is included in your trip:
2015 Snowshoe trips
2015 Hikes
4 nights lodging
Guided Hikes within Zion
Breakfast each morning
Float on the Virgin River
Tour and volunteer at Best Friends!!!  This is optional for those who would like to go.

Cost:  $1175.00  Deposit of $400 due ASAP   Please let me know if you would like to go.   I am opening this adventure up to 12 people.  Spaces will fill fast!


This newly listed cabin features fully stocked kitchen, laundry room, 2 car garage, 2 fireplaces, gated community, with close proximity to Zion National Park (7 miles from East Entrance), making it ideal for large groups/families. Zion Mountain Cabin Comfortably sleeps 18. Additional charges apply for guests over 14. ($10 per person/night) Please contact owner for details.

The Space
*Large fully equipped kitchen with island (bar seats 7 + dining table seats 10)
*Bedroom 1 – King
*Bedroom 2 – Queen
*Bedroom 3 – Queen
*Bedroom 4 – Queen
*Bedroom 5 – Queen + 2 Twins
*Loft – Queen Sofa Sleeper
*Additional sleeping – 4 twin size hide-a-mats
*Master suite has a fireplace, separate tub and shower, double sinks, and a separate covered deck
*3 separate decks, including private deck off the master bedroom
*Entertainment Loft has TV with surround sound system
*Spectacular views from covered deck off the loft
*Laundry room with washer and dryer
*3 Garden Tubs + 1 Regular Tub
*Iron and ironing board
*2 gas fireplaces
*Living Room TV with surround sound system
*Home Audio System
*DVD player
*Wifi/High Speed Internet
*Large deck with outdoor BBQ
*Central Air Conditioning

Known for its towering sandstone monoliths, swooping rock arches and painted canyon walls, Zion National Park’s natural wonders place it among the great sightseeing destinations in the western United States. The majority of the park’s land is protected wilderness, open to backcountry travelers on a limited basis. The demand for access is so high that prospective backpackers and canyoneers must enroll in a lottery in order to explore this wild terrain.

Yet much of Zion’s beauty is display right from the canyon floor. In 15-mile long Zion Canyon, paved roads and accessible nature trails make sightseeing easy. Great White Throne, pillar of white Navajo sandstone that featured prominently on the park’s 1938 WPA poster, can be seen from most points along the Zion Canyon scenic drive.

Adventure is often just a bus stop away. To limit car traffic in the park, a free shuttle bus runs through the canyon, stopping at popular vistas and trailheads. While short nature paths and day hikes are common, some of them, like the Angel’s Landing trail, can get pretty challenging.

Whether you’re looking to take in nature’s grandeur from a safe distance, or test your limits in the backcountry, Zion National Park has plenty to offer.  -www.travelaroundusa.com