Fandango Guesthouse

Address: 46 S 200 E, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States | Hotel
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      A travel blog entry by t-l-c on Jan 09, 2015

      17 photos

      ... finally arrived at Bryce.... loved it so much last time and it was so good to be back. One man at the Visitor Centre said weather was fine and sneakers for walking were fine ... other man strongly suggested crampon things which we bought, luckily as it turned out!! We went for a drive to some of the look outs ... was so nice to be back. Then, as we were driving along.... it started to snow!! So magical! We were driving along as very light snow started falling. We got to ...

      Arches national park

      A travel blog entry by amygates on Sep 20, 2014

      13 photos

      ... for lunch we could go in for a swim. The guide was a tiny girl named Taylor but she was obviously very good at her job and manouevered the raft very well. Because the river is low there was not much current and she had to row a lot of the way which looked like hardwork. It was not as much fun as the rafting we did in Jackson and being out in the sun for 3 hours in the middle of the day was a bit much. I had a swim at camp and washed out some clothes, then went ...

      Arches and Canyonlands National Parks

      A travel blog entry by jabecker on Sep 07, 2014

      50 photos

      ... man in his 70's, I think, who made a few philosophical comments along the way that I thought were awesome. He at one point quite cheerfully referred to "our duty as humans to die". There was an elderly woman who looked to be at least 80, no more than 5 ft tall, about 90 lbs, very fit. She had the bluest eyes and was wearing the shortest possible denim shorts. She was cute as ...

      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. ...

      Day 14 Arches National Park (Moab)

      A travel blog entry by mpanchley73 on Jul 25, 2014

      30 photos

      ... miles to the delicate arch trail. It's a three mile round-trip trail up a pretty steep hill for a mile and a half to get to the delicate arch. As far as you could see I was thinking was pretty much the end of the trail but that was about one mile and it was another half-mile to Delicate Arch, but that last half-mile was a little easier, not as steep and there were other arches and formations up there to see, so that part was fun. The hike ...