Desert Hills Bed and Breakfast

1989 Desert Hills Dr., Moab, Utah, 84532, United States | B&B
Prices starting from $119.00
 

Travel Blogs from Moab

Second big destination on trip

A travel blog entry by aimz822

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... This morning, I am sorry to report, we were a little disappointed. The heat was stifling, the sky was overcast and the large bus loads of people with umbrellas swarming after us wasn't so great.

It was up there at the end of the hike that I got the idea to bring up an idea lingering in my brain to Rob. I am not so good with time and distance when planning and/or navigating. If I say it is 100 miles, measured by finger widths on paper maps, it ...

We emerge

A travel blog entry by veger

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1 A.M. and Linda is telling me it is time to get up. These 'mornings' are getting earlier and earlier. Oh well this is our final hiking day and its time to hike out of the Canyon. We quitely prepare for the pending hike a quick check of our site to make sure nothing is being left behind and we are off.The moon is hidden behind the cliffs of the south rim and statshine is not enough to light the path so we hike in almost complete ...

Petroglyphs, prettiness and puke in Moab

A travel blog entry by ilantha

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... and to come back and shower in his trailer later if we did find a place to camp! He even said he’s leave his trailer unlocked so that we could go in and shower even if he was out on errands! We never did go back for the shower, which I regret, because I wanted to thank him one more time for his complete generosity!


We did find a campsite, the last available spot in the area. We were still in the process of making ...

The trek to red stone country...Moab, Utah!

A travel blog entry by missbliss1978

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I'm not an early riser so I left Ely a little late (big surprise!). I headed down the "lonely road" once again. Taking in the views, listening to all types of back country radio and loving the overcast skies which brought some relief to miss trooper Vannah! I decided that I wasn’t going to stop that much. But I came to a grinding STOP when I saw a huge bare tree with hundreds of shoes (and some bras) decorating it like a x-mas tree! There was ...

Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch

A travel blog entry by garylesser

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... Park Service purchased Fruita to be included in Capitol Reef National Park. Today, few buildings remain, except for a restored one-room schoolhouse. The orchards are still here, now under the ownership of the National Park Service, and have about 3,100 trees – including cherry, apricot, peach, pear, apple, plum, mulberry, almond and walnut. Visitors to the park are welcome to stroll in any unlocked orc************sume ...

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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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