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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Travel Blogs from Monticello
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 …
My sunburn had me overheating last night. I woke up to sudden wind gusts that tore 3 tent stakes out of the ground because it was getting broadsided. I rushed out and repositioned and restaked it. It started raining so I zipped the rain fly, but I was boiling up with heat inside. It was a terrible night's sleep. My alarm went off at 4 but I couldn't muster the energy to get up. This place is so lonely. No one has driven through. There are no animal sounds ...
... in these and they are also used for ceremonial purposes.
We make it to Monument Valley with 3/4 hour to spare and met the tour guide in the lobby of the View Hotel. This hotel was used in the James Bond movie Quantum of Solace. Another absolutely spectacular and stunning area. We hopped into the back of our 4WD and bumped our way along sand tracks for 4 hours while Harry the Navajo guide told us about the area and some of his culture. It ...
... me to do some rampant drive by tourism so that I could get off the Mesa before being stuck up there in snow. On that occasion I visited the Island in the Sky so I decided to give the Needles area a look. So glad that I did as the place was both spectacularly beautiful and also completely deserted.
There are a few short hikes in the park but also five of 10 miles plus and I opted for the once that heads out to the confluence of the Green ...
... scenic road from Monticello to Canyonlands, which goes high up in the Abajo mountains. Glad we're in a warm car since it's 30 degrees with light snow in some parts.