Almo Inn

3020 Elba/Almo Road, Almo, Idaho, United States | Inn
 

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We hit the Jackpot

A travel blog entry by jvenard

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What a day

Left Dave's at 9 a.m. Under cloudy skies and along the way hit a bit of rain.

We drove 463 miles and drove down Hwy 93 the loneliest highway in America. We would literally not see anyone or another car for many miles. Vast expanses of mountains and valleys seemed to go forever without see homes or people. We saw temperature changes of 20 degrees between the changing altitudes. We had zero phone service for ...

Smellin' home

A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler

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... with visitors on the hot Sunday afternoon. Also lots of boats out on the water. We climbed a fairly steep grade west away from the lake up into the Cache National Forest, then followed the river down the canyon to Logan. This canyon is a true gem in the backwoods of Utah. Stopped in Logan for lunch, then headed on to connect back to I-15, south to I-84, then back north toward ...

Massacre Rocks

A travel blog entry by clendenens

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Written by Corey

While we were in Portland, we had done some route planning and booked a night at Massacre Rocks State Park in Idaho. It fit our plan to stay in more state parks on our way home, and I read good things about it. I'm glad we found it - it was very scenic and had a lot to offer that we really enjoyed.

I had read a little about the history - it was another Oregon Trail stop, and ...

Lots More than Potatoes Here--ROCKS!

A travel blog entry by lstoneham

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... Land inside the reserve may be privately owned, as it was in the case of the City of Rocks. The land is used by ranchers for cattle grazing.

City of Rocks looks like a dismantled rock-built city of the Stone Age in a romantic valley . Originally home to the Shoshone-Bannock Indians, beaver trappers followed, and afterwards emigrants on the California Trail starting in 1843. City of ...

Day12............. Dead Horse State Park

A travel blog entry by travelredgang

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Day 12 We went to Dead Horse State Park today. Beautiful overlooks and trails but no four wheel drivin roads. We stopped at the Dead Horse SP visitors center and got a terrible map, from a nice young feller. He told us to go back out the park to Hwy 313. We were to take the WIDE dirt road to the right....he gave us no mileage or markers to find ...

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This inn, located on 3020 Elba/Almo Road, Almo, is near City Of Rocks National Reserve.
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