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Utah National Parks Help

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I'm just beginning to plan a week-long trip to Utah. We are liesurely travellers and are interested in thoroughly exploring each place that we visit, rather than doing drive-thrus. We tend to lodge in one place, preferably in a park, and make day trips. We don't mind driving a couple of hours each way for a day trip. We like lodging w/a view in or near a park and will pay more for it. So far, I'm thinking of Bryce and Zion, but need advice. Is there plenty to do and see in Bryce and Zion for a week? Most posts I see include several parks. What are the distances? We do light hiking, like five miles, not too strenuous. Suggestions please to get me started?

I'm planning for next Spring (late May, early June 08) now so that we will get our pick of lodging. The cabins in Bryce NP look very nice. There are three of us - my husband, daughter and I.

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