Desert Hills Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1989 Desert Hills Dr., Moab, Utah, 84532, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1989 Desert Hills Dr., Moab, is near Canyonlands by Night and Day, Castle Valley, White Rim Trail, and Taylor Creek.
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      Travel Blogs from Moab

      Arches and Dead Horse Point National Park.

      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Oct 09, 2014

      8 photos

      ... order to be able to spend a day at Mesa Verde .We journeyed on to Monticello where we called in at the visitors office. Not only did we get instructions about the forest we were aiming for for our picnic lunch but there was free coffee on hand and a museum with artefacts from the early pioneers. Outside a replica of the early pioneer homes which all seemed very small and dingy. I should say the drive here had been beautiful as the trees are turning golden yellow and rusty ...

      Red Desert and Leaf Peeping

      A travel blog entry by lara.eric.cam on Sep 24, 2014

      1 comment, 24 photos

      ... so we didn't stay long in the museum but did watch a very good Discovery Channel movie out the front. I liked the museum as a lot of the bones displayed were found in the immediate area.
      A short detour was to the Colorado National Monument park to drive the rim of the canyon. This was spectacular red rock formations dropping into gorgeous canyons with views over the valley to Grand Junction. Even better was that we were often the only car ...

      Arches and Monoliths

      A travel blog entry by eagle46 on Aug 20, 2014

      2 comments, 44 photos

      ... I would like to say we walked all the way out and back, a three mile round trip, but I can't. With our large lenses we we able to see and photograph the arch from a viewing area within easy walking distance. We did have to do some walking to see the Windows and the Turret Arch. The day was warm, but fortunately not stiffling so the walking was not too bad.

      Tomorrow we will visit Canyonlands National Park before continuing our trek south.
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      Canyonlands and smaller arches

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 20, 2014

      ... floor and sheer walls faced us from the opposite side of the canyon. This was merely a warm-up for the Grand Canyon we will be waking up to on Saturday morning, and if this was its a warm-up the big one is going to be incredible.
      Following our hike, we moved onto our next stop for lunch. This was Mesa Arch, a quarter of a mile steep climb from the head to the arch itself. As we approached, our breath was taken away yet again. This was a long, short arch with ...

      Arches and the Rock Shop

      A travel blog entry by millsontour on Jul 16, 2014

      13 photos

      ... Back to Moab and a scheduled stop at a Rock Shop for James. This is a great shop in Moab that sells local and international sourced minerals. James and Ruth were armed with $20 from GK gratefully sourced from our (now working) bank cards and got spending. Note geode!

      We discovered the Peace Tree Cafe which sprays water all around the verandah of the cafe and in perfect shade had lunch.

      We spent the rest of the day in the pool!
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