Torrey Pines Bed and Breakfast Inn

Address: 250 S. Pine Dr., Hwy 12, Torrey, Utah, 84775, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 250 S. Pine Dr., Hwy 12, Torrey.
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      Cars, Planes and Luggage

      A travel blog entry by mattandjen on Aug 14, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... airport runs two flights a day for four months of the year. Needless to say it was not busy! After a one and a bit hour flight we landed in Salt Lake City and the warm weather continues – 30+ degrees. We picked up our large family vehicle only to find we could not fit three medium sized suitcases in it. We then tried another, no luck. A third vehicle… no luck. Thanks to a very friendly man at Avis, we finally managed to get a ...

      East of Torrey (38 miles)

      A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Jul 07, 2014

      5 photos

      This morning when I set off, I discovered the sounds I heard from scary animals all night were just from cows down the road. My legs didn't feel great from the start and that was a bummer knowing today would be a big challenge. I went up and over Boulder Mountain. 10 of those miles took me several hours. I was hurting. I drank too much water in the beginning and was worried I'd run out before the nearest campsite. Muscles don't function very ...

      Rocking Out in Utah

      A travel blog entry by garylesser on May 25, 2014

      8 comments, 7 photos

      ... is at the junction of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin and Mojave Desert regions. Zion was established as a National Park in 1919, and expanded in 1956 to include the Kolob Canyons area. With nearly three million visitors a year, Zion is the most heavily used of Utah's five National Parks. It seems most of the three million visitors have chosen to see the park today. The place is filled to the rafters, though it's difficult imagining rafters ...

      Into Fabulous Utah

      A travel blog entry by ethrelkeld on May 14, 2014

      9 photos

      ... his first and last teaching job. He thinks he found it.

      Stopped in Green River to pick up lunch for a picnic, that is, if we found a place for a picnic - which we did at the visitor Center at Capital Reef. A long time to wait for lunch. On the way we stopped in Goblin Valley that has very weird rock formations - we were a little disappointed that it had become so busy - and not ...

      Cruising Capitol Reef

      A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Apr 25, 2014

      9 photos

      ... back throught town paralleling this great fold in the earth. Passed the Twin Rocks and then The Castle before getting to the Visitor Centre at the Capitol Reef NP, and from there headed the short distance to the Grifford Farmhouse where we bought a couple of the famous and great fruit pies, along with a couple of cookbooks (for Viv) and a guidebook on travelling the West, The Prairie Traveler, first published in 1859 (for Ron). Amongst the ...