Escalante Canyon Goatpacking Camp

Escalante, Utah, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Escalante

Calf Creek Falls

A travel blog entry by finnegan


... to 1300; pictographs; and horsetail, prickly pear cactus and wildflowers.

After our walk, we had a picnic lunch with a bald eagle flying high above. We then went on a tour of Escalante with Shannon. We saw Indian writings in the cliffs including 100 hands. We also visited the Heritage Center which commemorates the Hole in the Rock trip made in 1880 to Bluff. They ...

Mon - nearly 500 miles back home to Wickenburg

A travel blog entry by esty666


... lay dark and silent, well, outside lights were on over the doors, but nothing and nobody stirred in any of the rooms, not so you could hear it from out here – not like the other late evening when in one of the downstairs room some harpy was screeching dementedly at her male and slamming, but SLAMMing the door so hard a few times it shook the whole big building to its foundations. It had seemed like an earthquake …

It was another cold morning, but not as ...

Sunday – Cosmic Ashtray

A travel blog entry by esty666


... and heard the other group talking, but out of sight, behind rocks off to the left.

‘I think we need to go right’, someone said. I consulted the map once more and said to Howie and to Oscar, who was holding his GPS gadget, ‘According to the markings you placed on this map, the ashtray has to be on the slope on the far side of this very butte right over here on the right.’

This was also where one single person from the other group ...

Saturday with Tet

A travel blog entry by redrox


... and shared about his ongoing trip that began with an Alaskan cruise and most recently a few weeks in California. Many of his past trips involved constant moving and exploring. It was clear that this one was more about relaxation and recovery. But never the less, completely enjoyable.
We sat at a picnic table in the warm sunshine. Today was a much nicer day than Friday had been with all the cold air.
Frankie and I shared about our recent 47 day, 8,000 mile road adventure. ...

Saturday – Hell’s Backbone Rd

A travel blog entry by esty666


... the desert sand looks just like gold; these trails were carved with sweat, and blood and tears. Where the Painted Desert as you pass by, looks like a rainbow in the sky; the cactus blooms in the early morning sun. Where the nightwings sing, the eagles fly, the clouds paint pictures in the sky, the coyote’s howl tells you when day is done…

Well, we drove on and descended from way over 8000 feet to civilization. Hell’s Backbone comes out on ...


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