Days Inn Torrey Capital Reef

Address: 825 E SR 24, Torrey, Utah, 84775, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 825 E SR 24, Torrey.
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Travel Blogs from Torrey

Torrey UT and Trip to Bryce Canyon National Park

A travel blog entry by jabecker on Sep 05, 2014

2 comments, 42 photos

... the next day driving to Bryce Canyon on the very scenic Hwy !2. This was the long way there but worth the extra hour. Hwy 12 winds through varied landscapes, 3 very cute little towns, as well as through the beautiful Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument. We stopped in the little town of Hatch at the farmers market for fresh veggies. B ...

Rain, low cloud limiting views

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 13, 2014

8 photos

... was locked we could see how it was set up, even with the same desks that I had in Year 7 at school.
We stopped at the petroglyph panel to see the carvings made by the Indians. They are so intricate yet small. Part of the panel broke off a number of years ago. I'm so pleased that we have been able to see some of them. By the time we got back to the car, despite our wet weather jackets, we were quite wet, so this put a stop to us going on the hike to see the Hickman ...

East of Torrey (38 miles)

A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Jul 07, 2014

5 photos

... they're dehydrated, come to find out! I started rationing my water to only a few sips an hour. I never want to get to that point again on this trip. It was horrible. I found a trickle on the side of the road and wetted down my shirt and hair. It help so much! I was a couple miles to the summit and a man pulled over and offered help. Luckily, he had a fresh water jug and filled one of my bottles. He was the first hero of the day. Second ...

Cruising Capitol Reef

A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Apr 25, 2014

9 photos

... Capitol Canyon. This was once the only route through the range and was maintained as the only road for many years. It's a fabulous drive into the canyon.

From the caraprk its just over a mile to the other side. At one point there's a few petroglyths but they were pretty poor and worn, but as the canyon got narrower you come to the Pioneer Registar, where many of the early pioneers carved their names. Such grafitti today is not allowed and ...

That stretch of the road again

A travel blog entry by k.f.ecclestone on Oct 23, 2013

18 photos

... is safety features; both on roads and for pedestrians. We have driven roads and stood at viewing points that in the UK would have had barriers amid a mass of safety signs but in the States there is nothing; no wall, no barrier, no signage, no lines, no warnings ... Just an edge and a very long drop. There seems to be an expectation that people aren't stupid and don't need to be told that cliff edges are dangerous or to drive carefully on mountain ...