The Silver Fork Lodge

Address: 11332 E. Big Cottonwood Canyon , Brighton, Utah, 84121, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 11332 E. Big Cottonwood Canyon , Brighton, is near Solitude Mountain Resort, Solitude Mountain Resort, Solitude Mountain, and Snowbird.
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      Safety First

      A travel blog entry by elysbank on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... escape my car sinking into that brine, I would have to believe that driving into the lake would only be the last in a series of really huge errors.

      But that little punch tool has been in my glove compartment for years. There is something reassuring about knowing it is there. So when I found a miniature version of the punch tool, I knew I had to take it on this trip.

      I know it ...

      Exploring south of Salt Lake Ci

      A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... that have been converted into shops and restaurants, and with today’s street fair of merchandise vendors and food vendors there were plenty of people on the street. At the point where we were the farthest from the parking lot it started to rain, a thunder and lightning storm, fortunately it only lasted about 10 minutes. Later on the trip back to the camp ground we ran into another thunderstorm with heavy wind and rain, they needed the rain here. ...

      Monday 30th June, 2014

      A travel blog entry by valerie7 on Jul 01, 2014

      ... was Montpelier, where we were taken on a wagon ride (simulated) and told the story of the original settlers using the Oregon trail in their wagon trains to go across the country to take up free land. They had so many hardships - renegades, Indians and illness - and 1 person in 6 died along the way. Then on to Jackson, ...

      Salt Lake City in UTAH

      A travel blog entry by tripoverus on Apr 19, 2014

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      So, after another painful bus ride that luckily didn't break down, but did take an extra 3hours to reach our destination. We arrived, at Salt Lake City... We were quite confused though, when the bus stopped on the outskirts of the city.. no where near civilisation!
      After a very confusing conversation with the driver (who did not speak English at all) we managed to be dropped in the city, at a Temple.. (we needed ...

      Strangeness on a train

      A travel blog entry by lmharvey on Aug 06, 2013

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      ... ve seen a town or two, a nuclear waste facility, a few mines and little else other than the incredible force of nature and time. We suspect dinosaurs are buried here. We got here via the Rocky Mountains. A different geology formed by the violence of volcanic activity. Less predictable, red and steep and full of wildflowers. The Colorado river was our guide for a long way, through canyons and campgrounds. One canyon was the fiercest ...