Escalante Canyon Goatpacking Camp

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

Driving Day to Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by janet306 on Jul 31, 2014

6 photos

... straight for us. We quickly put everything away and Elizabeth, Reig, Jon and I made it into the camper just as the rain and wind hit. Lightening was crashing down around us and the whole truck and camper were rocking back and forth from the wind. It was a little scary but it passed over fairly quickly. Luckily Elizabeth and Reig's tent survived the storm so we left the dishes and went to ...

Calf Creek (16 miles)

A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Jul 05, 2014

6 comments, 19 photos

... SR-12 crosses the Escalante River. The rich red terrain turned to white, smooth, rolling rock. A couple tough hills later, and I was in another world. Sandstone cliffs jetted up around the road and the sound of the parallel river roared. I was now biking through an oasis when just an hour before, I was in farm country. I was blown away by this new environment. I kept having to stop my bike to smooth out my goosebumps and ...

Bryce Canyon (written by Molly)

A travel blog entry by clendenens on Apr 27, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... the rangers we met seem really passionate about what they do. The bathrooms tend to be a little gross, but it’s still nice to have them out there in the middle of nowhere! For us they are a huge part of how we are able to afford this trip too. We set a budget for $15 a day that we can use on having fun so we have to get pretty creative sometimes as to how we can experience the area and still have a good time while keeping the kids entertained. ...

Anniversary in Kodachrome

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

20 photos

... Outfitters (which is a really good, friendly shop with cabins & camping) without success (although I lusted over the chocolate and raspberry torte), we walked past an amazing looking wholefood shop that was shut, then tried the grocery store for bits to make lunch and couldn't find any bread that we liked but eventually bought hummus with bits to dip into it (mushrooms, carrots). Slightly irritated by the lunch hunt, we set out for Kodachrome Basin ...

Goblin Valley & Capitol Reef National Park

A travel blog entry by finnegan on Oct 19, 2013

18 photos

... other creatures. We saw some plant life including princess plume.

Our lunch stop was in Hanksville at Blondie's. The drive along Highway 24 was full of colorful cottonwoods trees. We entered Capitol Reef National Park and went to the Visitor Center.

Fruita, named for its fruit orchards, is the remnant of a 200 acre frontier settlement that hugs the Fremont River and Sulphur Creek. Mormon pioneers came here in the ...

 

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