Escalante's Grand Staircase Bed & Breakfast Inn

280 W. Main St., Escalante, Utah, 84726, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 280 W. Main St., Escalante, is near Escalante Petrified Forest State Park, Peekaboo Gulch, Highway 12 Scenic Byway, and Escalante Resource Area.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsEscalante's Grand Staircase Bed & Breakfast Inn

    Reviewed by cytravel

    Nice Retreat

    Reviewed May 20, 2012
    by (12 reviews) Portland, OR , United States Flag of United States

    This B and B is an excellent choice if you want a more upscale experience than the motels in Escalante. The friendly owner, Tom, will offer local's advice on what to see and do. He also is a pretty good cook who offers specialty eggs and dishes like French toast with apples.

    We enjoyed sitting on the porch outside the room. There is a large skylight in each room that is wonderful for star gazing at night, but the morning light woke me up. If early light bothers your sleep, use a mask

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Escalante's Grand Staircase Bed & Breakfast Inn

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    Travel Blogs from Escalante

    Day 14

    A travel blog entry by laurenschilling on Sep 16, 2014

    26 photos

    ... few others. Soon my new friend, Trevor and I found ourselves alone and we decided to take one last deep breathe, burning the picturesque moment into our memories forever before hiking the three miles back out together. It was about 5pm by the time we arrived at the parking lot and we made the decision to camp together out on the BLM land in the backcountry a bit. Trevor was headed for a five day trek off the grid in the backcountry the following day, but ...

    It just can't get any better then this

    A travel blog entry by jgfbrown on Aug 18, 2014

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... usually, but the hike was terrific, from easy to moderate to difficult. I did it all and even surprised M.J. Coming down, I did run out of steam and thought I'd never see the end. Got some great pictures along the way and M.J. was a sport watching out for this old gal. In the hail, her face was getting hit quite badly and I could hear an OUCH every once in a while til she put a bandana on. Bike handles all very ...

    Bryce Canyon (written by Molly)

    A travel blog entry by clendenens on Apr 27, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... it and if there’s time we’ll do a little research, but it’s not the main focus, just an awesome little bonus when it happens.

    I don’t know if it was this change in perspective or how beautiful it was, but we definitely noticed that things felt different. We knew in Utah that we wanted to see Bryce Canyon National Park and then go on to Zion National Park so the only things we needed to figure out were where to stay and ...

    Anniversary in Kodachrome

    A travel blog entry by k.f.ecclestone on Oct 22, 2013

    20 photos

    ... back west along the Scenic Byway. After a bit of dithering, we decided that with a forecast of 70F was probably best not to opt for a day hike and Kodachrome looked like a miniature Arches with a road loop, lots of red rock formations and various short hikes from it.


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    Goblin Valley & Capitol Reef National Park

    A travel blog entry by finnegan on Oct 19, 2013

    18 photos

    We drove to Goblin Valley State Park. This park was very busy. Could it be because of the national coverage of the Boy Scout leaders who toppled a rock from one of the hoodoos? The stone gnomes are sculpted by uplift and erosion of wind and water. They consist of silt, shale and Entrada sandstone. We walked 3 km, rated 1B, on the Canyon Trail. It was 45 degrees when we started, but quickly warmed up. We saw lots of fun shapes resembling ...