King Creek Campground

82 North 100 East, Panguitch, Utah, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Panguitch

Chasin' Down a Hoodoo There ...

A travel blog entry by garylesser

6
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... hoodoo? Hoodoo is a word with many meanings. The rock singer, John Fogerty, recorded what would have been his third solo album in 1976 -- titled Hoodoo. It included the song "Hoodoo Man." The album was never released. In his legendary song, “Born on the Bayou,” Fogerty's lyrics include the lines: “… I can still hear my old hound dog barkin’, chasin’ down a hoodoo there.” You’ll have to ask ...

Towering Monoliths of Zion

A travel blog entry by trekker2014

9

We entered Zion at the eastern gate, near the small town of Mt. Carmel Junction. Impressive monoliths of both red and white sandstone, with checkered or striated surfaces, loomed above us. And although we were already dwarfed by the height of these peaks, our route along the park boulevard was still thousands of feet above our final destination, the canyon floor. We reached it by descending through a ...

I FOUND LATTES!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by linleyc

2
8

... s staying in Zion or Springdale, The Spotted Dog cafe makes lattes. Reasonably well. Well enough that I drank the whole thing. And stayed awake on my drive to Bryce Canyon.

I don't know how cars don't regularly drive off the side of the road and crash in Zion. The highway actually goes *through* part of the park and it is SPECTACULAR!!!! Every single turn, I had to pull over just to stare and take photos. Words can't describe. Honestly, ...

Day 39/40 - Bryce Canyon Hiking / Excursió

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot

6
13

... too difficult but spectacular! Really difficult to explain. Again, better to look at John's pictures. Lots. The park includes some of Earth's most colourful rocks, which have been sculpted by erosion into pillars called "hoodoos" and other fantastic forms. Iron oxides give red, yellow and brown tints to the limestone, while manganese give a lavender tint. We said "wow" so many times! We made ...

Rugged terrain times 10

A travel blog entry by joec404

3

... on the way down. Went though the mining district of Eureka, so named because the miner who discovered vast deposits of silver, copper, zinc etc, yelled EUREKA!!!!, as though he hit the big time, which he did temporarily.

Stopped at the Great Basin National Park and Lehman Caves. WHOA. The caves were AMAZING, much like the Carlsbad Caverns, if you've ever been there. Killed a bunch of ...

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