Firetree Bed & Breakfast

Address: PO Box 360417, Monument Valley, Utah, 84536, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on PO Box 360417, Monument Valley.
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    Travel Blogs from Monument Valley

    Travelling to Monument

    A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Oct 13, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    We so enjoyed a late start so didn't rise 'til 8 or so although Monica was up and ready and kindly getting me breakfast. We had really enjoyed our stay at the Motel and felt they really offered good value for the night at £21 each per night. Monica suggested we walk around the 'town' as there were various 'old' houses and buildings to see from …

    Rain in a dessert

    A travel blog entry by theresa.clark33 on Aug 06, 2015

    1 comment

    ... walking around, hiking (Artie got be a hiking stick made by Navajo Indians to help me out) Now keep in mind we are in the south western dessert and yes it rained. Only when we travel do things like this happen. Tsunami warnings, tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzard and by far my favorite being woke up in Utah in 2003 by cannon fire because of avalanche. We went on a tour and traveled the rocks. ...

    Monument Valley

    A travel blog entry by jenny.cogbill on Aug 03, 2015

    29 photos

    2nd-3rd August Yesterday we had a nice slow start to the day, the weather was gorgeous, and it was nice not to have to race off straight away. After we packed up camp we headed back into grand canyon national park and drove along the edge of the canyon for quite a way until we reached desert view, with a watch tower where we stopped for our final look at the canyon. Again, absolutely stunning and impossible to do justice to with either words ...

    Day 4 - Off to Monument Valley

    A travel blog entry by frostys on Jul 30, 2015

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... back to the bikes & I scared the locals by changing back into my jeans we followed the 89 up over the hills, long roads of fields & hills for as long as the eye could see. Well until the true Indian lands of Monument Valley appeared in front of us. Wonder-us sand stone out crops in the flat plaines. We arrived in the park but our Rim View lodge wasn't quiet ready, so we booked a jeep tour into valley. The roads down were fun & the scenery dramatic. We spent the next ...

    Dirt Roads and Dugways

    A travel blog entry by jmsges on Jul 26, 2015

    1 comment, 39 photos

    ... Agathla Peak and Owl Rock, forming a sort of gate. From there on, there are vast stone monuments rising in every direction.

    We follow the highway a bit through Mexican Hat (named for a rock that looks like an upside down sombrero) on to Goosenecks State Park. The Goosenecks of the San Juan River are quite the odd sight. Instead of the river continuing straight, it meanders back and forth for 6 ...