Rodeway Inn & Suites
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A short dive from Monument Valley to Monticello with views of the snow-topped La Sal mountains.Can't believe how much colder it is here--40 degrees during the day.
Harts Draw Road
... Turns out it was an extra 8 mile detour mostly downhill but luckily water was available. I had a musli and some coffee , put on Tom Patty and on it went with much better spirits. Eventually I climbed up to 7100 ft and enjoyed the 10 mile downhill. But what goes down eventually has to go up again. And that's exactly what happened. ...
... The next pointer was suddenly seeming to be engulfed in red rock. It seemed to spring up on us, one moment we were in desert type scenery and next moment there were red cliffs and high rocks rising all round us. Colorado really struck us both as an extremely picturesque state. It was a couple of hours ride through this varied scenery for us to reach Arches National Park, our activity for the day. After a quick review of must-sees with a park ranger, we got back ...
... drive. There was a good deal of white knuckly beware of deer and even bigger, beware of elk stretches and I did have another close call where we stopped clear of the deer but threw the contents of the car around. All of a sudden we happened along a clear, bright blue lake which was a total surprise. I believe it was the Recapture Reservoir. We took a small dirt road off the main road and I began to wonder if I was going ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed