Utah Trails Cultural Center

Address: Just south of Mt. Carmel Junction, Orderville, Utah, 84741, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Just south of Mt. Carmel Junction, Orderville, is near Moqui Cave, Old Paria, and Paria River Canyon.
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Travel Blogs from Orderville

We Made It To Kaibab

A travel blog entry by glen_linda on May 19, 2015

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... through the Grand Canyon.

Further along we came to Rock House where former Ziegfeld Follies dancer Blanche Russell’s car broke down in the 1920’s. She liked the area, bought the property and built a small lean-to against the largest rock framing a vibrant, panoramic mountain landscape. She gradually built a life by serving food to passers-by on ...

Gaint Walls

A travel blog entry by sweettea on May 15, 2015

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... was an acorn woodpeaker which gets its name due to the bird pushing acorns into the trees bark to store for the winter. Then the hummingbird was fasinating as I have never been able to observe one for so long. They are extremely flawless and quick. This particular hummingbird had its nest near by and needless to say they are extremely small and intokitly made out of cottonwood. Needless to say I liked Zion but it has little diversity for ...

Zion National Park, Utah

A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell on Apr 29, 2015

8 comments, 24 photos

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After a discussion of fairly basic photographic concepts and dinner at Wild Willies, we returned to the park to shoot The Watchman, a 2,000 metre (6,500 foot) peak at sunset. Strangely, we were not the only photographers with this idea and ...

Zion National Park

A travel blog entry by mortneff on Apr 11, 2015

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... cumbersome, the transportation actually worked well.

One of the things we liked about Zion was that we felt like we were more in the interior of the park without hiking. Whereas, with the other two parks, hiking gave you a better sense of the feel of the park. We did however take the opportunity to take a nice hike to the emerald pools to see the park from a different viewpoint.


A travel blog entry by tan14 on Jan 03, 2015

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... The trail along the river was a bit icy and snowy and in places it was like we were ice skating. There were some fantastic icicles where small waterfalls would normally be. On our way back to the car we passed a couple of people that were going to do the narrows, they had their dry suits and walking pole with them.

We then headed off to do our next walk the Hidden Canyon(the National park staff member we talked to said this was their favourite hike). The ...

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