Spanish Trail RV Park
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Monday June 9, 2014
Because we did not have to travel far today, less than 100 miles, we took our time in breaking camp and left around 10:00. We headed north on US Hwy 191 to the city of Moab and our next base camp at the Spanish Trail RV Park. Along the way we stopped at “Wilson Arch” …
... was so big, we were dwarfed by it, and we couldn't get a photo to show how high we were. It felt scarier walking around the near the arch than the ice covered ledge, but again, safer than it felt. It had heated up to about 5 degrees by now, and with all the strenuous walking, we were down to our t-shirts. On the way down, and near the end, we bumped into a few people who couldn't get over the fact that we where in t-shirts... They were extremely rugged up. Mind you, they ...
... walk while the others went to Devil's Garden.
All of us finished up the day at the Park Avenue Trail which was a one way 1.6 km trail, rated 2C. The early explorers named it Park Avenue because they thought the fins looked like the skyscrapers of New York. We saw the Courthouse Towers and Balanced Rock on our walk.
We drove back to Moab and checked in to the LaQuinta. We had dinner at the Moab Brewing ...
... The cold and snow provided a landscape that made us giddy, especially as we face the prospect of a winter without it. Dan had an awesome day of fly fishing on the Madison River, catching numerous trout, including one of the big fall run rainbows. We hiked to the brink of the Lower Falls of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River completely alone- not a soul around- in the snow. We observed a 25 year-old grizzly eating ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpanish Trail RV Park Moab
We arrived the same time as 2 other large rigs. Nonetheless, we were processed and parked and comfortable within 40 minutes. Good WiFi and excellent cable TV connection.
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