Uncle Earl's Cabins

Address: Highway 12, Torrey, Utah, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on Highway 12, Torrey.
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        Travel Blogs from Torrey

        Day 79 - Utah, So Many Parks, So Little Time

        A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Aug 10, 2015

        60 photos

        ... make it to the hotel by 6:30 so we thought we'd better get going. After a quick stop at the Ruby Inn General Store to get a couple of t-shirts, we were on our way. The Visitors Center for the Grand Staircase Escalente National Monument was also on UT-12, and about 40 miles from Bryce. We made it to the Visitors Center by 4:15 just before it closed at 4:30. Just enough time to check out the park which was mostly dedicated to off-road driving for 4WD ...

        Finally shade and trees

        A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jun 22, 2015

        13 photos

        ... Once again it is too hot to hike far so we take the shuttle back to the car. We are going to have to come back in April or October when the heat has gone.

        Day 3

        Today is a day of rest. I finish off the curtains and we lounge around the campground. Guenther is not feeling well and I think the constant heat and altitudes are getting to him. So we take it easy today. Tomorrow we are off to Torrey, Utah. This is an even higher elevation (around 11000’). ...

        To Torrey and Scenic Byway 12 comes to an end

        A travel blog entry by petkatravels on Apr 09, 2015

        12 photos

        ... the Anasazi State Museum to see a display of artefacts (a.D.1050-1175), excavated on-site. Nearby the gorgeous scene of the ice on the irrigation device even around midday deserved a photo. Would you believe that Boulder was so isolated that until 1935 mail was delivered by horseback rider, and fresh milk, by mules to Escalante. Evidently sometimes the milk often turned to butter while travelling over the ...

        Beamer was not welcome at our hotel

        A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Aug 07, 2014

        5 comments, 26 photos

        We left this morning at 8:00 and 77 degrees and headed north, then west, toward Capital Reef National Park. We followed the railroad tracks out of Moab along one of the most beautiful roads I have ever seen. OMG. Anyone considering a road trip should seriously consider Moab Utah, Arches NP and Canyonlands NP. I was just blown away. Interestingly, we ran into several older couples like us who were taking the same route as ...

        Day 9: Zebra Canyon and Capitol Reef

        A travel blog entry by not.far.now on Jun 27, 2014

        1 comment, 12 photos

        ... the walls narrowed so much it was impossible to hike with a backpack on. In places the bottom of the canyon floor was about a foot width wide, sometimes narrower. We found that it was best to stem/chimney a few feet off the ground where it was wider vs trying to stay at the bottom where it was incredibly tight. Once A figured out the climbing technique, she did great. E was not liking the tight fit and began to panic/fuss, but we got her though it. ...