Travel Blogs from Hanksville, United States

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Wednesday 21 May, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Wednesday 21 May

A travel blog entry by manningnz

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Wednesday 21 May We awoke to a stormy looking morning and nearly didn't go anywhere but we decided that we had better not waste time so we continued eastwards. We were going close-by Capital Reef National Park so we stopped and checked out the Visitor ...

Day 15; Revisiting the Goblins!, Goblin Valley State Park, United States travel blog

Day 15; Revisiting the Goblins!

A travel blog entry by cusan

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Time to leave Moab, and move onto the next phase of the holiday; maybe the one I've been looking forward to the most, St George! We got up early again, and were in Arches by 6.45am. We wanted to look at North and South Window Arches, which were an easy ...

Hanksville (45 miles), Hanksville, United States travel blog

Hanksville (45 miles)

A travel blog entry by vagabondlively

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... cliffs jetting out. I think this is still all sandstone. It does some pretty amazing stuff. I tried to take some pictures. I'm in Hanksville now and my map says I won't have services for 50 miles tomorrow... and the day after is no services for 75 ...

6h de piste sans encombres!, Hanksville, United States travel blog

6h de piste sans encombres!

A travel blog entry by agnes.virginie

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... surtout quand nous descendons au pieds d'immenses monolithes qui sont très imposants. On est content de retrouver une route normale jusqu'à Hanksville. Je vous écris d'une chaise à l'extérieur de ma chambre d'hôtel (qui est plus chic que toutes les ...

Cruising through Utah, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Cruising through Utah

A travel blog entry by eyeride

... usual morning rituals the cyclists were back on their bikes with the usual complaints of saddle soars it was onwards to Hanksville .   Cyclists braved tough conditions on this day as there were snow and rain showers while they descended the 54 ...

Singing in the rain, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Singing in the rain

A travel blog entry by eyeride

... is a thunder storm. We survived but all woke up feeling tired after a very loud and windy night.   It was out of Hanksville and onto the US95. The head winds were merciless to the cyclists who gave it there all in such cold conditions.   ...

Goblin Valley, Goblin Valley State Park, United States travel blog

Goblin Valley

A travel blog entry by slowayround

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We got some rain in the morning and were less than inspired to go explore outdoors, and also not up for being cooped up inside Rover, so we went to Moab for breakfast at the Jailhouse Café - delicious. The rain tapered off while we ...

Stop! This is the wrong one...       Oh, shit!, Goblin Valley Statepark, United States travel blog

Stop! This is the wrong one... Oh, shit!

A travel blog entry by beaundmartin

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... uns die Strecke diesmal von Bryce Canyon City über Boulder und Torrey, durch den Capitol Reef Nationalpark und über Hanksville zum Goblin Valley Statepark - laut Google Maps eine Fahrdistanz von 184 Meilen. Mit dem vorangegangenen Satz ist aber nicht ...

Ghosts and Shamans in the canyons, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Ghosts and Shamans in the canyons

A travel blog entry by ketasissi

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We wanted to see more ancient wall paintings and drove to Horseshoe Canyon. Late afternoon we parked on the canyon rim (BLM camping), fired up the heater and stove, it was cold. In the morning we woke up and the windows had frost on the inside. It ...

Goblin Valley & Horseshoe Canyon, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Goblin Valley & Horseshoe Canyon

A travel blog entry by jacobrowe

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Goblin Valley & Horseshoe ...

Weiter geht's zum Capitol Reef National Park, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Weiter geht's zum Capitol Reef National Park

A travel blog entry by theborksinusa

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... trockenen braunen Kruste verwandelt, die sich vom üblichen Boden nicht mehr unterschied... Wir sind dann von dort bis nach Hanksville durch die flache Wüste weitergefahren, um von hier aus morgen in den Capitol Reef National Park zu fahren. Wir ...

Gawker's Paridise Southern Utah, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Gawker's Paridise Southern Utah

A travel blog entry by joec404

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Wow, what a day of sightseeing.  It got off to a rocky start, though, because it was raining Monsoon strength when we left Ely.  Gusher, and that effected at least some of the day, since some of the remote attractions were on dirt roads and ...

Goblin Valley State Park, Utah, Goblin Valley State Park, United States travel blog

Goblin Valley State Park, Utah

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill

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... May 5 – Goblin Valley State Park, Utah     This campground is off of route 24 about 20 miles north of Hanksville, Utah then follow the signs in.  Very well marked!   The GPS may take you on an unpaved road but ...

Goodbye CO Hello UT, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Goodbye CO Hello UT

A travel blog entry by peedeedog

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... Henry Mountains, the San Rafael Swell, Goblin Valley State Park, and the solitude of the surrounding deserts and slot canyons. Hanksville was a supply post for Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch, who would hide out at Robbers Roost in the desert southeast ...

Walkin' in a Salvador Dali Painting, Goblin Valley State Park, United States travel blog

Walkin' in a Salvador Dali Painting

A travel blog entry by turtletales

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... the one night here for now, cause a snow storm and cold front are moving in for a few days, so I'm moving out to Hanksville to wrap myself in the glorious warmth electricity provides.  But, I'll be back to surf through "Little Wild Horse ...

Valleys and Deserts, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Valleys and Deserts

A travel blog entry by ddiamond

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As I headed east to Hanksvile my thoughts were back home, mindful of my ailing stepmom. A visceral reminder all around me as the red rocks of the Capitol Reef and the green valley around the Fremont River gave way to the cement gray mountains and a ...

Goblin Valey & Little Whild Horse Slot Canyon, Goblin Valley State Park , United States travel blog

Goblin Valey & Little Whild Horse Slot Canyon

A travel blog entry by loupsvoyagent

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Un chemin perdu dans le désert mène à Goblin Valey State Park. Aucun village sur la route, même pas un ghost town, une chaleur accablante de 100 F (39-40 Celsius). On se croirait Death Valley (on annonce qu'il n’y a pas de services pour les 100 ...

Ridin' the wave, Goblin Valley State Park, United States travel blog

Ridin' the wave

A travel blog entry by turtletales

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This was such an amazing hike.  It's the reason I holed up in Hanksville for a couple of days waiting out the "threat of precipitation"...flash flooding is a real and intense danger.   It was worth the wait.  However, I would not have ...

Mesa Arch & Goblin Valley State Park, Goblin Valley State Park, United States travel blog

Mesa Arch & Goblin Valley State Park

A travel blog entry by friesendm

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... him to his nocturnal element. After three hours of exploring and photography, we left the valley, headed for the metropolis of Hanksville, population 219. This won’t be an overnight on our program, but the Whispering Sands Motel served us ably, ...

Moving on to Canyonlands National Park, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Moving on to Canyonlands National Park

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

I checked out of my condo in Keystone, CO, shipped my skis and ski boots home and drove to the Horseshoe Canyon Unit of Canyonlands National Park in Utah.  I arrived at the BLM campground late in the day so I quickly ate and settled in for the ...

From a Reef to the home of Goblins, Goblin Valley State Park, United States travel blog

From a Reef to the home of Goblins

A travel blog entry by scoonpooh

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Just can't shake this sleeping habit. Slept 9 hours last night and it was still hard to get up. Yes, I’m doing some hikes everyday but not that strenuous to make me sleep so much. I’ll blame the dog, who can sleep 23 hours a day. Beautiful ...

Rolling on through Hanksville Utah, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Rolling on through Hanksville Utah

A travel blog entry by lindemand

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... Mountains, the San Rafael Swell, Goblin Valley State Park, and the solitude of the surrounding deserts and slot canyons.Hanksville was a supply post for Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch, who would hide out at Robbers ...

This place is real, Goblin Valley State Park, United States travel blog

This place is real

A travel blog entry by leiris

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I was told about this Utah state park by a neighbor camper the previous night, and I am thankful to that man...Caleb was his name. Thousand of really illogical and bizarre mushroom shaped rock formations, or hoodoos, or goblins, cover the otherwise empty ...

Hanksville, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Hanksville

A travel blog entry by kimliehm

Blondies for lunch Went thru Capitol Reef National ...

Hi Ho Hi Ho, Uranium, Oh No!, Goblin Valley State Park, United States travel blog

Hi Ho Hi Ho, Uranium, Oh No!

A travel blog entry by foodiejosh

We started to head out after breaking down camp, and ended up stopping by the cliff we were camped along, noticing curious rectangular depressions that could have been caves. I scrambled up to find them blocked by concrete walls inside them, obviously ...

Road trip away from my road trip, San Rafael Swell, United States travel blog

Road trip away from my road trip

A travel blog entry by techhobo

Figuring most people would swamp in to the national park for the Memorial Weekend.. I left the RV in Torrey for the long weekend to get away from the crowds. I went to the San Rafael Swell / Wild Horse Canyon area which is BLM land and surprisingly it ...

Goblin Valley, Goblin Valley State Park, United States travel blog

Goblin Valley

A travel blog entry by ahevesi

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Capitol Reef national park, Hanksville, United States travel blog

Capitol Reef national park

A travel blog entry by nancydeb

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The drive to Capitol Reef from Canyonlands takes in some very strange scenery. Along the way we passed by sand dunes spilling onto the road, red buttes that stood against the skyline like cardboard cutouts and for much of the way we paralleled a ...

The Stroll, Hanksville, United States travel blog

The Stroll

A travel blog entry by turtletales

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I'm diggin' in for snowy weather in Hanksville, Utah.  Electricy, Wifi, HOT showers and running water for only $10 a night...feel like I died n'gone to heaven.  A very small town, but endearingly eccentric.  I haven't got the shot of the ...

Goblins galore, Goblin Valley State Park, United States travel blog

Goblins galore

A travel blog entry by techhobo

Played in the goblin field for the morning until I felt I was sandblasted thoroughly enough. Amazes me how nature can create things like this. The winds were insane though... wind + sand = pain. I guess the wind needs to be here to make the odd shapes ...

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