Escalante Outfitters, Inc -- The Bunkhouse
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Travel Blogs from Escalante
Cold, cold, uncomfortable and cold - that was how last night went for the both of us. There was frost everywhere, on the ground, on the car and on the tents.... brrrr... a quick shower warmed me up along with a bit of brekky... we are hoping to get into a motel tonight!
We packed up the car and made the drive to Bryce Canyon N.P. …
... in rock from which many trees grew. As we left Zion, we saw a herd of bison and some very friendly horses.
We had to travel through some more canyons and cliffs to get to our next stop, Bryce Canyon. The rock sculptors in Bryce are also amazing and are different from the ones in Zion. We saw a number of animals on this day's travel -- bison, elk, pronghorn, ground squirrels, a mother turkey followed by her ...
Barstow to Kodachrome. What a drive. I-15 through the Mojave, fly by Vegas, then up through some of the most beautiful crags and crannies and tilted strata and 9800ft plateaus full of snow and evergreens and finally into the familiar, though no less impressive, spires of Bryce and Kodachrome. I'll let the video (once I get it done) speak for itself, except for the part where I left the lens cap on :-(. That bit actually turned out to be the most fun of the entire journey and I highly ...
... a waterfall on a 10 k turn around trail. I decided to go for my first trail run since biking and it ended up being the best run I ever had. Words or pictures cannot possibly describe the beauty of this particular area. I'm also passing thru the place where they filmed 127 hrs, a real life story in one of the lesser know side canyons in this area. After completing my hike and going for a dip ...
... like a Rattler and it was in their path. After they were sure it was slithering in the opposite direction of where they wanted to go, off they went. Alan was a lot more attentive to what was on the trail after that.
But all that scary snake stuff was worth it. The trail wound down and down, past mega huge pieces of petrified wood. The colors were amazing!!! Gold, silver, opal, mahogany red, cobalt blue, purple, and so many more. Small pieces had ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed