Four Corners Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Corners Inn Blanding
Lots of hikers here, boots and coolers airing out in front of the rooms. Comfortable and cheap. Breakfast included cereal, etc, We got the last room so obviously a popular place, independently owned, Just a stopover for us.
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Day 10 Mini blog just so we can get this on the map
We stay in Blanding Utah on the way to Four Corners from Salt Lake City. I have nothing to say about Blanding as we were there only one night.
Four Corners is out of the way for our route home, but we want to cross it off of our bucket list.
It is operated by the Indian Reservation so there is a fee. Some people complain about …
... edge, you can't but gasp at the drama of the setting. 1000 feet below, the river has carved a perfect U through the sandstone – and there are no railings, no warning signs, nothing between you and a sheer drop, together with dozens of people you don’t know!’
It was later in the afternoon when we reached Monument Valley another of our must-see destinations, and the drive through this valley was again dramatic. We’ll leave the rest to our photos.
... in comfort and we should not complain of the altitude, narrow cliff roads nor the heat!!! Here are pictures of their reconstructed Co-op store (back side), an original house, sign re how they collected water, overview picture and an original wagon.
Finally, here are some pictures of the rock formations around Bluff. The farm land by the river is irrigated and framed by rock walls on either side. ...
Bluff become a settlement in 1880 when a group of Mormons managed to reach this green valley after travelling for over six months.
Oh, and since we've left the Navajo Nation beer is now back on the menu again! Yay!
Heading out for dinner shortly. Only three restaurants in this small community so hopefully not too busy!
Updated: We picked the mid-priced restaurant - see picture - that included locally reared bison on ...