Rocky mountain and Joshua Tree were the two hardest races I've done, but they were completely worth it! Grand Canyon has so far been my favorite! Beautiful course, spirited people, and amazing staff. Not to mention the race shirts always have great designs! My goal is to complete all NP half marathons. I will be doing Zion, Yosemite, and hopefully Lake Powell next year !
Thank you Vaction Races for the fun times and everlasting memories. Ran it the past two years. Love it! Waiting to sign up again, this time with my kiddos running it too! Early Bird Registration : Feb.
If the event is sold out, registration will close regardless of registration period. Expect about 6 aid stations on the course beginning around mile 3. Aid stations include toilets, water, Gnarly electrolyte drink, Honey Stinger gels, basic first aid supplies, and sometimes more. All stations are cup-free so plan to bring your own hydration solution or request a free HydraPouch when you register.
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No matter your skill level, when you're pushing your limits it's nice to have a little guidance. We're excited to offer FREE training programs for all skill levels. Sign-up for deadline reminders and to be automatically entered in periodic giveaways. The expo will be held Friday, October 11th, at the John C. Page park. The expo will run from 1pm-6pm, with packet pick up available until 7pm.
If you park at the start line there will be shuttles after the race taking you back to your car. If you park at the finish line before the race, there will be shuttles taking runners to the start line. However, the finish line is in Utah. These states are in two different time zones. All times listed for the event are based on Arizona time PDT.
We recommend manually setting the time on your cell phones, vehicle clocks, etc. Arizona and Nevada are in different time zones, so please take this into account when planning your trip. Our room did face Lake Powell. The room was clean, and a good firm mattress. Our stay included dinner and breakfast buffet.
I would give the food 4 out of 5 stars. The Staff was very friendly. It was always very busy at the buffet.
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We counted 6 tour buses in the parking lot. We did use the laundry facilities at the campground. The Staff at the front lobby must have been new. He did not tell us that they have a shuttle that will take you to the campground. We can walk but it did get a little warm - hauling laundry back and forth. We asked another Staff member about lunch at the Marina and was told it was opened. It's a long walk - fortunately we were able to get a ride on a golf cart.
We got to the Marina and the restaurant was closed.
One of the tour mates had dinner there and was very disappointed in the food - they said it was fast food. We were expecting fish dinners, etc. We did not have internet in the room but knew that ahead of time. Would stay here again. Very quiet and serene outside. Hotel lobby can be very loud especially when groups are getting ready to take a boat tour.
We did not do any of the tours - just relaxed at the pool. Date of stay: May Trip type: Travelled as a couple. Helpful Repost Share. Lawrence, Kansas 14 contributions 18 helpful votes. Hotel's Favourite. Beautiful views. The hotel room was spacious with nice decor. The view was beautiful! Our balcony overlooked Lake Powell. It was nice to have a restaurant and bar on site.
The fire pits were especially nice in the evenings.
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We sat by the fires in the evenings and met new people from all over the country. Date of stay: October Dear Cammie, Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review. We are so happy you enjoyed your stay with us. We also enjoy meeting new people from all over! We hope to see you again soon. Thank you again for your review. Warm regards, Taylor V.
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P P wrote a review 19 Jun. London, United Kingdom 15 contributions 6 helpful votes. Poor service and resort. I don't usually write reviews until returning home, preferring to get on with my holiday. However, due to my experience with this "hotel" I felt the need to post a review while still in the hotel. First I tried to phone ahead to check on facilities and room options. I was on hold for 10 mins on both occasions and gave up without speaking to anybody. Then decided to email instead, but never got any reply apart from an automated generic message. Then arrived and checked in only to find no wi fi available in the room.
Reception explained they were aware of the issue but had failed repeatedly to fix it. They suggested we move closer to reception which may improve the situation. So moved from block 1 furthest away to block 5. Marginally better but the new room stunk of stale cigarettes. At this point we decided to live with it having already lugged all our suitcases and other bits from one side of the resort to the other.
I would advise others thinking about staying here to find cheaper alternatives and save cash. But any victory may be short-lived. Climate change promises to make the American West increasingly hot and dry, putting further pressure on the Colorado and the 40 million people who depend on its water. The water in Lake Mead, the vast reservoir formed by the Hoover Dam that supplies the lower basin, has dropped to levels not seen since the s. Lake Mead and Lake Powell, another reservoir on the river, are essential sources of water for Southern California and Arizona, and sit at less than 40 percent full.
Sign up here for Climate Fwd: , our email newsletter. By the beginning of March, the water level in Lake Mead had dropped to 1, feet above sea level. At 1, feet, under guidelines agreed to in , the federal government would declare a shortage on the lower Colorado River, and mandatory water restrictions would go into effect.
Without sacrifices by the states — Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming in the upper basin, and Arizona, California and Nevada in the lower basin — the reservoir could reach the trigger point next year, though recent heavy snowfall in the mountains that feed the river may help for a time.
Brenda W. Burman, commissioner of the Bureau of Reclamation, the federal agency that oversees the river, pressured states and their water agencies to make a deal. The plan builds on water conservation efforts that have, for example, kept Southern California water use relatively flat for decades despite a population boom.