Aspen Lodge Motel

Address: 265 S Main St, Beaver, Utah, 84713-7831, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 265 S Main St, Beaver.
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Travel Blogs from Beaver

Marysvale, UT

A travel blog entry by thegormans on Sep 01, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... clouds shadowed the mountains in the distance. Some of those mounts appeared like napkins lifted from their centers to form spires, with magnificent folds running down their sides; something you’d find in a ritzy restaurant. Just south of Provo came orchard after orchard of peaches, riding the backs of undulating hills towards their owner’s homes or businesses. The city of Salt Lake was similar to a vampire or vacuum; the country, as soon as it came into our fields of ...

Day 2: Fish Lake to Junction

A travel blog entry by jillgreen on Jun 29, 2014

13 photos

... bathroom in the area so we just kept on pedaling. For the next 30-odd miles, no bathroom, no store and no mileage boards. NOTHING! Not even trees under which to cool down. And of course no cellphone reception. It was arduous. We just hoped we were going in the right direction.

I had feelings of desolate isolation at times. Riding out there on those desolate plains, it really was mind over matter. There were the elements to deal with; the discomfort of being in ...

Rock & Road

A travel blog entry by wordmom on Jun 29, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

STATS: 322 miles 9 hours travel time...but we got ripped off an hour cause of time change (so really 8 hours!) FUN FACTS ABOUT BEAVER (no comments!): Butch Cassidy was born there! In 2006 Beaver won a contest for best rural tasting water in the US HIGHLIGHTS: Navajo Bridge Marble Canyon (which is more beautiful than the Grand Canyon...oops) Helping an elderly couple who's car broke down HARRY: We drove...a lot. BUT we got to see Marble Canyon, which was beautiful! It advised us to ...

Great Pet Area

A travel blog entry by macysmarti on Sep 18, 2013

3 photos

... work the neither does the equipment. Finally once again all is well. We had to disconnect everything to pull forward four feet as a tree had branches (remember the nice breeze) constantly scratching the roof. Hopefully we will remember to check for that in the future. The wine is chilling and the Cornish game hen will shortly go into the oven. Life on the road can be ...

Hoaah for Hoodoos (Part 1)

A travel blog entry by rmwright on Sep 12, 2013

69 photos

... know if its the North Rim. While it was all spectacular, I would have to say my favorite is Bryce Point or as I call it Hoodoo Heaven. Wait til you see a whole amphitheater full of hoodoos.

When we came into the park there were 3 young mule deer grazing on the side of the rode and holding up traffic. When we came back they were still there. We also found a heard of mule deer with a buck and 11 does at Fairyland Point, our last stop.

Got to mention the big ...

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