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DoubleTree by Hilton Salt Lake City Airport
5151 Wiley Post Way 84116 Salt Lake City USA
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Description DoubleTree by Hilton Salt Lake City Airport
Enjoy stunning mountain and lakeside views from the Hilton Salt Lake City Airport hotel. Located only two miles from Salt Lake City International Airport and ten minutes from downtown Salt Lake City, this hotel near Salt Lake City Airport offers proximity to major Salt Lake City companies and corporations. The Salt Palace Convention Center, Energy Solutions Arena and Great Salt Lake are a short drive from the hotel.
Savor American cuisine at Grill 114 while enjoying beautiful views of the lake and mountains. This Salt Lake City airport hotel offers 13, 000 sq. ft. of flexible event space for your business or special event, including venues with lake and mountain views. Maintain your exercise regimen using the fitness center, basketball court, putting green, walking path around the eight-acre lake, or indoor pool.
Take advantage of the location of this hotel near Salt Lake City Airport and attend a race at the Miller Motor Sports Park, Rocky Mountain Raceway or ski the slopes with 13 world-class ski resorts less than an hour away, including Snowbird and Park City Mountain Resort. Visit historic Temple Square or research your ancestry at the LDS Genealogy Library.
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Shoshone Falls are often referred to as the "Niagara of the West" and with a drop of 212 ft they are 50 ft higher than the Niagara Falls. It is recommended to visit the falls during spring when the Snake River runs high due to melted snow as later in the year irrigation can cause the river to run dry. The Shoshone Falls and Dierkes Lake Complex are operated by the city of Twin Falls and apart from views of the falls you will also find playgrounds, picnic areas, trails, a boat ramp and a swimming area as well as toilets and a visitor information centre.
Admission fee : $3 per car
Shoshone Ice Caves
The caves at Shoshone are one of the natural wonders of the world and if you want to descend into the 1000 ft long lava tube and explore the trails don't forget to wrap up warm.
Due to air currents within the tubes the water in the caves is frozen all the time and guides will explain the geologic, volcanic, and historical background of the ice caves to you. Above ground there is a museum that showcases Indian artifacts, gems and minerals.
The ice caves are located 16 miles to the North of the village Shoshone.
Opening times :
May-Sept. 8am - 8pm daily, last tour begins at 7pm
Closed during the winter season
Children 5-14 years of age $3.75
The combined eroding forces of the Colorado and Green rivers working together over millions of years on the sandstone formations of the Colorado Plateau have formed Canyonlands National Park - a 527 square mile (1366 square km) natural wonder located near Moab, Utah. The park consists of three major districts and a single detached unit. The park is open 24 hours a day every day of the year. Each district has its own visitor center with hours of operation varying by time of year. Check the web site for the status of each. All are closed Christmas and New Years. All entry tickets are valid for seven days. For individuals (inclusive of walk ins, bicycles or motorcycles) the rate is $5, for private vehicles (all occupants) the rate is $10.
Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway
Consisting of a combination of Interstate, National, and State highways this 512 mile loop lies within the states of Utah and Colorado. It was designated a scenic byway by the United States Secretary of Transportation based on several different grading criteria. There are several different attractions and cities located along the route and you will have a chance to see dinosaur bones being excavated, visit museums that showcase those bones and reconstructions of dinosaurs of all kinds. Attractions on the route include the Dinosaur National Monument, Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park and much more. Enjoy the scenery by driving through a landscape that is shaped by mountains and valleys, plateaus and cliffs, rock formations such as natural arches, forests and desert. If you feel like getting out of the car and burn some energy there are plenty of possibilties on the way. Apart from hundreds of miles of hiking trails you can go camping, fishing, mountain biking, river rafting and kayaking and the cities and towns you'll pass on the way offer further recreational oportunities.Please note that the use of the scenic byway is free but there might be admission charges for the attractions on the way.
At the Zagat-rated Cafe Diablo chef Gary Pankow, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America (New York), awaits you with a menu of innovative Southwestern American cuisine. The menu includes dishes such as Rattlesnake cakes, Duck Mariachi, Firecrackers, Pumpkinseed Crusted Trout, Pecan Chicken and Sinful Pastry. All ingredients are locally produced and market-fresh and herbs come from the cafe's own herb garden.
Open seasonally from mid-April to mid-October, daily. Dining room open from 5pm - 10pm.
Torrey Gallery offers its visitors paintings, photographs and sculptures by local artists but also a selection of antique and contemporary Navajo Rugs. For dates of upcoming exhibitions or special events please refer to website.
The Gallery is located on the main road (route 24) opposite side of LDS church.