by Scott S.
Atlantic City, New Jersey
September 18, 2001
Accomodations are basic but reasonably comfortable. NO phones or televisions, no pool, just you and your room. There is an on-site restaurant, but it closes early so if you want dinner, don''t wait too long. There is also a convenience store and a gas station. When you head out in the morning, wait until you get up the road to have breakfast.
The view of, well, nothing out the front door of your room is pretty spectacular. And on the ride there, don''t miss the monument on the left side of the road shortly before you get to Cliff Dweller''s. We stopped to see what it was a monument to - apparently some explorers got lost there. I''m not surprised. But if you are feeling like a rugged explorer after your mule ride at the North Rim, then the theme will be just right at Cliff Dweller''s Lodge.
From journal Grand Canyon - North Rim Mule Ride