Ephraim Homestead Bed & Breakfast

Address: 135 W. 100 N, Ephraim, Utah, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 135 W. 100 N, Ephraim.
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Travel Blogs from Ephraim

Manti la Sal national forest

A travel blog entry by mcclain on Nov 28, 2014

  • Drove for two hours and got gas in Ephraim at AMPM for $21.73 around 8:00
  • Arrived at Manti la Sal National forest where i went on an all day hike and had a picnic on the trail
  • Parking was $25 and park entry is $12
  • I left early because my stomach started hurting
  • It cant be the ...

Melting in the Zion

A travel blog entry by guernsey-girl on Jun 20, 2014

... landing. We began our climb (in 45 degree heat) and a few turned back due to the difficulty and also the fact that the hike was due to take us to very high, narrow cliffs. I carried on but I found it tough! Very tough! I nearly gave up and turned back but with the help of the group, I made it to the top! The hike took 4 hours in total and was well worth the pain of reaching the top! The views were fantastic! The trip to our campsite took a further 40 minutes and included a ...

Amazing Zion

A travel blog entry by kerry.lints on Jun 16, 2013

3 comments, 10 photos

... us after we turned around! So much for our head start! Got to Zion just in time for the throngs of people and the temperature gauge to go up significantly! Zion is yet another amazing park. It is so popular they have closed the road off and now only shuttles use it. This is good and they run at least every 15mins. Love Zion for its soaring red rocks,hanging gardens and ancient rain showers.. the rest of the information you will ...

Day 6 Zion National Park

A travel blog entry by roamed on Jun 16, 2013

8 photos

... has it all: camping, bicycling, climbing, horseback riding, water crafts, (no inner tubes are allowed) hiking, cayoneering and backpacking (some hikes take more than a day to do.) And then there is the bus Shuttle for people like me. You are not allowed to drive past the Visitor’s Center (unless you are staying at the Lodge and then that is how far a car can go.)
I was a bit concerned about getting on a bus since I get panic attacks on buses. But they reserve the front seats ...

Day 3 Dead Horse State Park & Canyonlands National

A travel blog entry by roamed on Jun 13, 2013

11 photos

... you are driving you can feel that the vehicle is in control.Some of the spots were narrow and there were a lot of turns. Since we were going to watch the sunset a number of times when we did a steep incline and got to the top I would see what looked like a cliff edge and thought "we must be stopping here." Then the UTV in front of me would go over the edge on a sharp down slide. I was so nervous and I keep worrying about my husband whom never does ...

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