Adobe Sands Motel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Adobe Sands Motel
TripAdvisor Reviews Adobe Sands Motel Panguitch
Travel Blogs from Panguitch
... known as Hoodoos. The colors were something to be seen.
Spent some time in this park area and then we were booked into our hotel. A lovely Best Western place with us on 4th floor. Walked the local area for an hour or so before dinner.
Here for tomorrow morning in the Park before heading off to Zion after lunch.
Welcome home to The Kidds from their holiday adventure.
... completely soaked through to the skin. So, we set off for the diner, known locally as the best place to eat in the area. When we arrived, they knew Jen and so made room for 10 hungry, tired, wet and apprehensive travellers. The menu was packed with good, old-fashioned American food, and we ate like kings - it really was delicious and we were making the best of a bad situation. We also found plug sockets around the table where we were able to get a little bit of charge into ...
... to drive out to the Mossy Cave and adjacent waterfall. It had stopped raining so we took the shortish walk from the car park along a lovely stream to the waterfall. We could clamber down from the trail to walk (carefully) behind the waterfall and criss crossed the stream on the walk back to the car. It was a fun playful walk and a pleasant way to spend a couple of hours. It started to rain again as we appraoched the car and it looked like the heavy weather ...
... we set out to explore the park. Our first stop was the sunset point. At the sunset point we got our first view of the hodoos (a hoodo is a pinnacle or odd shaped rock left standing by the forces of erosion). There are thousands of hoodos and it can de described in many ways, kids called it a fairy land, and I felt like there were tons of temple gopura's lined up, in fact at one place it looked like a whole city. ...
... were there, taking time out from their trip to watch the soccer game. They probably didn’t even notice us.
Back in the car, we headed for Capital Reef.We found out about this drive from our mechanic, Howard. It’s a 16-mile drive through more amazing scenery. The rocks have changed colors once more. They are less red, more tan. At one of the turnouts for a scenic view, you could see for miles and miles. A sign indicated that this area had ...