Address: Highway 95, Hite, Utah, 84533, United States | Hotel
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Goblin's Galore

A travel blog entry by batttravels on Apr 09, 2015

3 comments, 87 photos

... down the
canyon wall to the floor of the canyon and was a 750’ elevation change. This
wasn’t too bad; I just stayed close to the walls and going downhill is easy.
When you get to the floor you then get to trek through thick sand for about 2.5
miles (each way). By the time we got back to start our climb out, our legs were so tired….no they were exhausted. The trip down took us about 30 minutes and up, over an hour. ...

Roads we had not traveled, Forrest Gump & WOWS

A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Jul 30, 2014

8 comments, 26 photos

... on this road which was a big high point for us! Untraveled or explored territory! Yay for us!! It turned out that this particular road was the major highlight of the day after all, much eclipsing our fun stop at Forrest Gump's famous turn around spot. Before the day was over, we actually drove over 125 miles on a road with NO FACILITIES OR SERVICES!!! We have been on roads in Alaska with more on them than that. This is not being disparaging--we were just amazed, ...

Hite (51 miles)

A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Jul 09, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... and the shirt just traps in the heat. Plus the gnats are drawn to the moisture. I have to do 75 miles tomorrow to reach water. It's a steeper uphill than getting to Hite, so I'm very nervous. I feel very bad physically too. I wish I could just take an off day, but I don't want to stay in this awful area. I'm filled up on extra water and packed up to leave early. I'm so exhausted. Hopefully my body cooperates with this awful ...

Mon 16th

A travel blog entry by anne.l.lewis60 on Jun 17, 2014

... and ready but it had heart. Had dinner at the Slickrock Grill which was fantastic. We experienced corn bread, trout, smoked brisket and rack of ribs. We were given the full life story of the wonderfully friendly waitress and loved the experience. Steve and I walked through the town after dinner and enjoyed the lovely summer evening breeze and the quirky little ram shackle ...

When is an Arch a Bridge?

A travel blog entry by farnie10 on Sep 06, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

From Mesa Verde, Kate and I turned Tonka's nose westward, back into the deserts of Utah. We were heading for a small and rarely visited (comparatively) Park named Natural Bridges National Monument. Here, geological upheaval has allowed the tributaries of the Colorado River to carve tunnels through rock that is around 100 million years older than that at Arches NP. And for those who are ...

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