BEST WESTERN Mountain View Inn

Address: 1455 North 1750 West, Springville, Wasatch Range, Utah, 84663, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1455 North 1750 West, Springville, is near Brigham Young University, Seven Peaks Resort Water Park, Museum of Art at Brigham Young University, and Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum.
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      Dead skunk in the middle of the road!

      A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 05, 2014

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      Jackson was worth the stay. I loved its location: ski hill rising up right at the edge of town. It's really small and walkable. Elk antler arches were on each corner of the town square – see photo. Breakfast at Bubba’s and a tour of the city and we were on our way south.

      The scenery was breathtaking and ever-changing: from the craggy Teton Mountains to rolling hills of scrub. As we went ...

      Colorado here we come

      A travel blog entry by marliesmathews on Aug 04, 2013

      After putting the trip off for three weeks, we are finally out of here. My quest to get "the picture" of colorado's rocky mountains begins. My Prius is packed up; mom, dad, Emma and I are out of here. First stop - Telluride, Colorado where we will be meeting Adam, Becky and ...

      Is a antibacterial sterilization using imported ra

      A travel blog entry by meuselbprov49 on May 29, 2013

      ... not all the people Shimoda, farming, mining all the mountains, so that grain production declined significantly, but also to his family and thrown into the fire in the iron, but iron Make one lump. As the fuel shortage, deforestation had mountains, but also a Castle to a cut too bare, triggering future natural disasters. In fact, these natural disasters are man-made. Rumors Zengcheng Gualv lychee trees in most of this was cut off a robbery. Lack of building materials ...

      From the Valley, Through the Mountains

      A travel blog entry by peppz on Oct 08, 2012

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      ... hot and unforgiving. I had just enough water before starting to get very dehydrated. To be out there in the elements was kind of scary but such a fresh and new experience that I did enjoy it. To see Heber in the distance as I did that afternoon with all its modern conveniences made me appreciate all those conveniences in a way I hadn't in awhile- the easy availability of snacks and water, the ability to ask people for directions, knowing what the topography is like - that ...

      Skiing & Boarding the Mountains of Salt Lake City

      A travel blog entry by cotafamily4 on Jan 20, 2012

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      ... in the family. Before Carsten was put under I told him that I would stay with him during the operation... so I did... but wow... after watching the procedure I can honestly say that I could not be an orthopedic surgeon. During the whole ordeal Carsten was amazing... keeping his head and wits... no crying, screaming or freaking out took place... he is a tough kid! Since the break we have been back home in Chile for a few ...