Halls Crossing

Address: Highway 276, Halls Crossing, Utah, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Highway 276, Halls Crossing, is near Angel Point.
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Travel Blogs from Halls Crossing

Lake Powell -Lazy Day

A travel blog entry by gillb1954 on Jul 11, 2015

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... lunch on our patio.
The afternoon is spent exploring the marina and generally relaxing before a second storm starts.
We dine in the resort restaurant which is excellent and then sit round the fire pit outside which overlooks the lake.
A nice relaxing day despite the storms which did have very spectacular lightening!
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Lake Powell

A travel blog entry by gillb1954 on Jul 08, 2015

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... and biscuits before heading of for Lake Powell our next destination.
We retrace some our steps from the previous day so stop again at the Thunderbird restaurant for lunch. Good wraps and raspberry lemonade. Our journey continues through yet more stunning scenery.Everywhere is so vast and looks like cowboy country. You can almost picture the indians coming over the next hill. We are heading for Page at he edge of Lake Powell but stop at the Glen ...

Boating on Lake Powell

A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jun 13, 2015

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... took turns driving the boat and navigating the waters. There were other boaters out there as well, some water skiing, other tubing, and still others just like us - just enjoying the day.

We had a lot of fun exploring Antelope Canyon and seeing how long it was - we never did get to the end of it, so it has to be pretty long! We also stopped inside the canyon to enjoy our lunch, which was pretty cool.

As with ...

Moab UT to Lake Powell

A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jun 12, 2015

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... were given to understand, I just wanted to know what time it was. So, due to the extra hour, we were able to sit down and enjoy a nice lunch before our tour. I should also point out that we were so close to the time zone line that every time we checked our phones, which set automatically when changing time zones, the time was an hour different. So, we basically never seemed to know what time it was. We were confused most of the day. Another interesting fact is the resort we ...

Trek Day No.26 - Lake Powell, Utah

A travel blog entry by jtsweeting on Jun 06, 2015

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... disappears and a chain leans you up the rocks. It was really dangerous in some places especially as some of the rocks were flat but on a slant and it was really sandy so you had to be extra sure where you were putting your feet. There were also a couple of bits that I had to use my upper body strength to haul myself up as my legs were too short. When we finally reached the top it was an amazing view and photos will not give it ...