Inn at the Canyons
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsInn at the Canyons Monticello
Great friendly staff, good location, great pool and hot tub. Nice rooms. It's not the Versace, but it's far from being a dive. Good value for money
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What Day Is It? HUMP DAY! Wednesdays are always Hump Day and this marks the end of my first week of continuous travel. I am sending a picture from today. Bet all you can see is white. That is because all I can see is white. The sky is white and the biggest snow flakes I have ever seen are falling like rain in a torrential downpour. It will be …
... decided to try hitch hiking. As I was biking away from Hite, two touring cyclist rolled in. They didn't stop to chat. The area of Hite is not busy at all. A car or a couple motorcycles would pass every 10 minutes. I was out on the road with a sign for Blanding when an SUV pulled over for me. They had an extra spot on their bike rack and mine fit flawlessly. My superheroes of the day! I'm so bad with remembering names though. The girl lives right outside of ...
... realized we were looking at the Cliff Palace but from the wrong side of the canyon .... Navigator went into panic mode .... Lol
The Cliff Palace was the most intact of the ruins ... so fascinating ...
The Pueblo American Indians lived in communitIes with as many as 300 people living in one dwelling. Trying to imagine how these people would have lived and ...
... years old kiva, a circular room used for ceremonies.
We stayed in a private park just two miles south of Blanding that had full hookups. We needed to do laundry, fill up with water and get the internet. Pretty campground and I reviewed it below.
Friday – May 10 – Blue Mountain RV Park, Blanding, Utah. This park is located just south of Blanding, Utah on route ...
... headed the right way but the first two miles were hell. Legs were heavy, head was heaving, mouth dry despite sucking on the 'rade all the way around. The views opened up and the canyoning abated and I started to get into my swing and 4 miles in, when I saw that I was only a mile from the end, I was really flying; in less than 15 minutes I was staring down a cliff at the confluence of two great rivers.
It was not much to see actually a ...