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.We were able to stay at Cable Mountain Lodge right at the mouth of Zion National Park! It. was. amazing. Just image waking up to these views every morning. Seriously, you can’t get a much better view. We got in around 9:30 pm and all the Christmas Lights were up. There’s something kind of magical about getting in late and not really knowing where you are staying. It’s the best feeling to wake up the next day and take it all in. Here are some of our favorite features about Cable Mountain Lodge!

The Views!

From any point, at Cable Mountain Lodge, you have the prettiest views. I think we Utahns take these views for granted. People fly in from ALL over the world to see Zion National Park and I know there are many of you who haven't been to Zion National Park. Get Zion National Park on your Bucket List for 2020!!

This is right across the parking lot. I mean really, there aren't enough start eyes to caption this. 

The Pool

While the pool is now closed for winter, somehow it just happened to be open and our kids didn't ask for permission. I'm not sure it was even heated, but the kids didn't care. We, the adults, hung out in the hot tub (which is always open.)

Cable Mountain Lodge is the BEST Shortcut for visiting Zion National Park 

We walked the few steps from Cable Mountain Resort right up to the park entrance. Cable Mountain is just across the river from Zion National Park's campgrounds. 

We went to Zion National Park EVERY DAY. 

Multiple times a day. Parking in Zion National Park can be a nightmare, so it was SO nice not to have to worry about parking. We just strolled over to the entrance and walked up to the shuttles. We even rode our bikes one day! You can rent bikes, hiking gear, grab some graceries and eat at the restaraunt right next door too! 

I’ve never actually entered the park at this entrance and it’s beautiful right now. Fall is still there and some of the trees haven’t lost their golden leaves.

The Spa at Cable Mountain Lodge

The Spa just opened up in May and it’s an amazing addition. Stephanie and I were able to visit the Social Spa area along with a facial, massages and a foot soak! It’s hard for us not to use the word “amazing” because it honestly was amazing! 

The Spa was gorgeous and it was hard to leave. The fresh smells and serene atmosphere was heaven. 

You could sit in the private jacuzzi (clothing optional) hang out in the steam shower or down in the lobby area with the salt wall.  

The massages were amazing and so calming. I think as parents we often forget to take care of ourselves first. 

Either way, it truly was a treat to be able to visit and NO KIDS! 

After going for a hike, coming back to be pampered was so uplifting. The Spa is open to anyone, not just people staying at Cable Mountain Lodge, so book your appointment today! 

The rooms are spacious! 

Our room had two queens, a table, a full kitchen and TWO baby roller cribs and we had SO MUCH SPACE! We loved all the extra space and storage.

Our unit even had a huge deck and it made clean up after kids so much easier! 

We feel slightly cramped in hotel rooms, but not at Cable Mountain Lodge!

Thanks to Cable Mountain Lodge for partnering up with us! We're super excited to giveaway a 2 Night Staycation! So be sure to go and enter here


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