Willow Flat Campground

Address: 7.5 Miles South of the Visitor Center, Canyonlands National Park, Utah, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 7.5 Miles South of the Visitor Center, Canyonlands National Park.
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Travel Blogs from Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands and smaller arches

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 20, 2014

Aaaaaah the bliss of waking up in a bed with clean linen. A hot shower without a dash across the pebbles to the shower block was a welcome refreshing change. Not that camping has been an unpleasant experience, in fact it has inspired us to change our travel plans for next summer and camp our way around Canada. We grabbed our backpacks and went back to the camp to join the hardcore campers for breakfast. It was a stunning setting with the sun rising on red hills in the ...

Heavy hiking and destructive downpours

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 19, 2014

... to a raging torrent that was flowing violently past us, pulling plants and stones into its strong currents. The water continued to rise as we watched, getting closer and closer to spilling over the edge. Fortunately, the tents had been pitched on the higher ground and we were soon rescued by the gang who took us to our hotel, where we fell gratefully into our soft beds with clean sheets and fluffy pillows and drifted off into a contented, damp-free sleep.

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The colors just blow my mind

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Aug 06, 2014

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This is our second day in Moab, Utah and the plan for this day was to visit Canyonlands National Park. We left the hotel at 8:30 and 72 degrees. The park is about a half hour away, so we were there around 9 AM. The drive to the park was absolutely incredible, through canyons surrounded by high-rising walls of orange and red stone. The early morning sun shined a warm light on the east-facing facades, casting shadows on the ripples and caves in ...

Monuments only nature could have carved

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Aug 05, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

... the multiple arches formed in this process. These arches are not always easy to view. They frequently require a hike of from half a mile to 4 miles to get close to them. I am not going to attempt to describe them, I am simply going to post photos. Just keep in mind that these structures are HUGE.

We got back to our hotel by 4 PM and settled in to plan the next few days. Tomorrow, Canyonlands National Park. ...

A little play in the hills

A travel blog entry by bluemarlin on Jul 13, 2014

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Steve - Gabe and Gayland called to us for ealry start at 6.30, and yes even mark was up!!
we set off for "Canyon land". Real good to ride out without the luggage on the bikes. At one int we even had to walk miles for the "Gemini bridges".
some great views and we tried to capture them with our high spec cameras. We had a cunning plan to jump the crevice with trick photography......bit of laugh but still turned out a bit dangerous. ...

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