TripAdvisor Reviews Westwood Guesthouse Moab
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... was quite hazy or she would have had some fantastic distance shots of the valley below and the red cliffs surrounding it. Seriously it was a beautiful 60 mile loop. The guide books say it takes about 3 hours to complete; but the way I crept down the mountain it was about 4 hours for us.
We stopped at the store on the way home and picked up a few items then back to camp for a nice dinner. Peg fixed ribeye steaks, cauliflower and baked potatoes with cheese. ...
... hand, feet-feet. For the tunnel we did not even get a peptalk. Apparently in dark corners you were on your own. A place too frightful to even mention strategies, perhaps? Though of course, hand-hand, feet-feet would seem to be the right way to go about it. Can't reason against that order in a tunnel, now can you? Turns out however that the hike was pretty innocent (check the pictures). No sweat. Just beautiful views and a remarkable history. The ...
... ranger told me that there are actually arches elsewhere, including Colorado National Monument, but not in nearly the concentration, and that the main reason has to do with all that salt. I did, it turns out, actually get a picture at Colorado National Monument of a nascent arch. Check the photo I included here.
As with yesterday, I took photo after photo here--every view was more beautiful than the ...
... a good sunset we decided to take a picnic out to the Canyonlands National Park to see if we could capture some decent photos. We choose to set up base at the Green River viewpoint that was only about 10 miles into the park. I'd seen the views possible in our guidebook and reckon we managed to get some pretty similar photos. There was a bit of cloud around towards the west but about 20 minutes before sunset the sun peaked ...
... one of Bluff's original settlers told us some more history, showed us a video, and gave Charlie a tour of the store while I checked out (I had to include some homemade toffee with the postcards-- mmmm!). She gave us cookie samples and sent us on our way. There's not a lot here but I'd love to come back!
The rest of the trip to Moab was a series of "wow, look at that view" - just breathtaking. A highlight was a pull-off spot, Wilson's Arch. It's a ...
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