Redpine Townhouse by ResortQuest

2144 W. Apache Trail, Park City, Wasatch Range, Utah, 84060, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2144 W. Apache Trail, Park City, is near Utah Olympic Park, The Canyons, Utah Winter Sports Park, and Park City Yurts.
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Travel Blogs from Park City

Leaving LA

A travel blog entry by emmaandmichael on Sep 23, 2013

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... often a beautiful aroma floated on the breeze. I can't figure out where it comes from. I suspect it's the towering palm trees. Check in at the airport. Speediest ever. From leaving transport to sitting in airport lounge. 13 mins. Now sipping C******nay ready for Salt Lake City. Park city and beyond once a distant thought is now only hours ...

Yosemite, storms and crossing Nevada in a day

A travel blog entry by matt-rach on Jun 12, 2013

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... into the horizon. Now i am writing this online and not in the car- we made it to salt lake city - started driving at 7am, finished at 9pm (phew). Heading towards Moab tomorrow, we are planning on sticking there for a week or more to ride the trails. Might be a few early mornings, or late nights out with the scorpions to avoid the desert heat. Forecast 37-38 degrees everyday! Much love X P.s most pics are on main camera - these few gems were on our phones...I will upload more ...

Adios (and flinal thoughts)

A travel blog entry by ricflack on Nov 14, 2012

... the Otovalo Valley in the Highlands of Ecuador and learn more about the native Ecuadorian people. Try Cuy (see earlier post) or stay in a 300 year old Hacienda. No to mention standing on the equator and learning about how thousands of years ago people had already figured out where the equator was and were using it to create a calendar.

The trip was awesome and something I am glad that I was encouraged to do. ...

Integrity and Fortitude

A travel blog entry by burtonll on May 10, 2012

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... 1861-1944), a native of Utah. Massasoit was the Wampanoags Nation Chief who first welcomed the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock after they disembarked from the Mayflower. Dallin, who did more than 260 works in his lifetime, created the sculpture in the 1920’s and is known internationally for his realistic rendering of Chief Massasoit as well as the Angel Moroni statue that sits on top of the Salt Lake City Temple, and the ...


A travel blog entry by lucyholliday on Jun 20, 2011

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... we wound the windows up quick. We had a look at the visitors centre which had some interesting info about the island and its resident bison and the ecological side of the island, like the super old rocks!

We went for a drive around the island to see if we could spot any of the 500-700 bison that live there, (there were 12 introduced to the island years ago which formed the population of 500-700 that are there now, thats impressive). we managed to see 25 bison ...

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