Recapture Lodge

U.S. 191, Box 309, Bluff, Utah, 84512, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bluff

Four Corners = 500 Push Ups

A travel blog entry by alicoad


... to do that and to be there and specifically to be there with those people. Back on the bike, 40 miles to go, 1:30pm, and it's got to be close to 100 degrees. We ride as a fivesome now. Red and Jordan opted to not go to four corners so it's me, Jamie, Kim, Leash and Katie. Leash and Katie eventually speed up, leaving us three. It's so hot. Kim and Jamie have a running race. We're screaming into the abyss like in Garden State. Utah. Gas station. We got ...

Navajo National Monument

A travel blog entry by wright2


... of the buildings. In retrospect it was really not worth the long drive to the park. In using US Rt. 163 to and from the “Navajo National Monument” we passed through the Navajo Indian Reservation and the Monument Valley, and it was this part of the drive that made the entire trip worthwhile. It was
here that we saw majestic spires of red rock rising from the flat mesa floor to tremendous heights with unbelievable shapes and sizes.


Beautiful and Exciting Day

A travel blog entry by wright2


... sight of the road as we crested a steep rise and the road immediately dropped away. The valley is full of towering sandstone formations that defy description. We next enjoyed a delicious prime rib dinner at one of the local restaurants. After dinner we drove down to the San Juan River and the “Sand Island Petroglyphs”, a large rock face with numerous petroglyphs that were carved by travelers passing through this area thousands of years ago.


Life on the Edge of a Cliff

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin


... and trails to hike and drive. Because it was already mid-afternoon, we continued on to Natural Bridges, deciding we would be back to the gulch another day for some hiking. It is really crazy how much there is to see and do in this small area within 45 minutes of our campsite.

We arrived at Natural Bridges, happy to find a very helpful volunteer who suggested the 5.5 mile roundtrip hike between Sipapu Bridge and Kachina Bridge. She gave ...

Monument Valley & Moonlight Springs Ranch

A travel blog entry by finnegan


We had breakfast catered by Twin Rocks Cafe. We drove a short distance to Fort Bluff; a recreated settlement from the 1800's. In 1880, Brigham Young called 250 people to settle the San Juan Territory. Using a route known as the "Escalante Short Cut," the pioneers took 6 months to complete the journey which was expected to take 6 weeks. They traveled over the Hole-in-the-Rock-Trail in difficult and wintry conditions. With 58 wagons and ...

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This hotel, located on U.S. 191, Box 309, Bluff, is near Comb Ridge and Twin Rocks Trading Post.
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