Rodeway Inn & Suites
Travel Blogs from Monticello
... the Colorado River. The Green is a 700+ mile tributary of the Colorado and of course the Colorado is responsible for the Grand Canyon so I have seen it already on this trip. When I reached the trailhead and figured out the parking (there is none so park it like you stole it) I was the only one there – this bode well for the hike. Unfortunately I was less than half a K in when I got lost and went up a random canyon! I quickly turned my self ...
... NEEDLES AREA
The rock is jammed with petroglyphs, which are estimated to be 2,000 years of man's activities (unfortunately, intermixed with more recent graffity).
... Durango, Colorado online. The scenery took our breath away just getting up to the place. We got turned around and a little lost, but Ben (Buck's stepson, age ? 50 something) was kind enough to tell me that it didn't matter when we got there, they would be ready for us. Ben runs the place now. He has 4 brothers and a sister and his mom was loving and tough, raising them alone until she married Buck. Buck's retired now, ...
... river bed to walk along, but only small pools of water remained from the spring runoff. The hike was hot and our boots seemed to pick up a lot of sand. By the time we got half way I had a blister. Luckily for me our friends who joined us had band aids which allowed me to finish the hike.
Along with the three bridges the highlights included: a cliff dwelling ruin, some good rock art, ...
... taps. Sounded beautiful in the canyon.
After the tour we went on the north rim and looked down on the sites we had seen in the canyon. Also saw the Massacre and Mummy sites. Came back to Chinle to 191 and on to Monticello. We had planned to stop at Natural Bridges but didn't because we had used the time to do the North Rim.
We had reservations at the Runnin' Iron Inn 8 miles north ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed