Best Western Antlers
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Antlers Vernal
What fantastic staff and a lovely welcome when we arrived. Our rooms were ready which was a blessing after a long ride on our bikes. The rooms were great; enjyed the pool and well situated so we could wander into town. Loved the experience
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... five times married, lived for 40 years alone in a cottage with the surrounding orchards, garden and stock, until 1964. No power, only oil lamps and wood fire to cook on.
Drove back along the road then headed for Vernal. Plastic dinosaurs everywhere !! Then to Red Fleet State Park, to camp overlooking the reservoir. Thunder but rain mostly skirted around us. We will look at the dinosaur trackways opposite, ...
Wednesday July 23, 2014
This morning we started by heading south on I-215 then east on I-80 and US Rt. 40. The drive east on US Rt. 40 was a beautiful ride through the mountains; there were several points at which the grades were long and steep, but we made the climbs without incident. The scenery varied from high mountain pine forests to high desert areas of very ...
... began his trip here to map the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. He named the Gorge. The road was challenging; very steep with a lot of switchbacks.
As we approached Vernal, Utah it was raining in the mountains, but the sun was out. We saw beautiful rainbows in the valleys. Vernal is a small town, but the whole town is decorated with flower baskets and hanging baskets for miles. The ...
... in this section of the river that we really must leave early.
The exit of Whirlpool Canyon is as dramatic as its entrance, with the huge curved mountain cut through by the river, but then all of the sudden we are in the almost flat Island Park. The river widens, and sandbars abound. It is a challenge to decide which channel to take. Over seven miles of seemingly endless flat water we had only a few short sections of sand bars which we had ...
... below. In the past at the Jones Hole camps we have been visited by bighorn sheep and a skunk, but this year a black bear had been seen in the area, so there were warning signs everywhere. Thankfully, we saw no signs of any bears!
There is a great hike up the creek. As it was our evening to prepare dinner we did not join the hikers, so I cannot recall whether they saw petroglyphs or pictographs, but one or the other were seen. They ran out ...