Bankurz Hatt

Address: 214 Farrer Street, Green River, Utah, 84525, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 214 Farrer Street, Green River, is near Green River.
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Travel Blogs from Green River

Green River, UT

A travel blog entry by carol_fred on May 11, 2015

10 photos

We left Ely in the morning, driving back over some of the roads we took to get to the Great Basin National Park. Then we got onto Route 50 to go across Nevada to Green River, Utah. This part of the road was named The Loneliest Road ...

Day 5 Going Home To Sedona

A travel blog entry by redrox on Sep 28, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

I woke up and loaded my stuff into the car. Off to the Coffee shop for my final breakfast. Danny was absent this morning, but I was joined by Esty, Walter, Allen, Lynn, Lisa and Max. We discussed the success of the event. The weather hadn't fully cooperated, but we made the most of it. Next year we plan to gather in Sedona, so Max gave me the big box of supplies that she has been storing. There ...

Day 3 Little Wild Horse Canyon

A travel blog entry by redrox on Sep 26, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... Swell region. I've always wanted to see it, and this was another opportunity. Not surprisingly there were others that wanted to go there too. And we were now becoming aware of weather factors that could affect hiking plans for the weekend, especially in the canyon country. So it was that 7 of us chose to go to LHWC, 7 others headed for the nearby but somewhat more challenging and technical Ding and Dang canyons, and 9 more opted for a guided canyoneering adventure outside ...

Day 2 On the River

A travel blog entry by redrox on Sep 25, 2014

4 photos

... the Price and Green Rivers. The main purpose was to take a short hike to view several petroglyph panels. They were at the base of a huge rock fall so it was evident that the drawings had originally been much higher up the cliff, making it obvious that the rivers were essential travel routes for the ancients.
Back at the shore someone wanted to move to the raft. We were advised that the next stop would be a couple miles further for lunch. So I boarded a Ducky. It had been ...

Red rocks!

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 14, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... ridiculously beautiful and majestic. In the beginning, we saw a lot of bushes, farms, and round gravely mountains with trees strewn about. I started getting a headache that lasted for the remainder of the day, probably due to air conditioning and elevation. Then the scenery started to change to more like a mountain range. Then the mountains started getting more and more chiseled, until red walls of mountains appeared. There were just so many ...