Capitol Reef Inn & Cafe
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCapitol Reef Inn & Cafe Torrey
A wonderful stay in this very convenient inn. The room was large and confortable, the breakfast was delicious (strongly recommend the pancakes !), and so close to Bryce Canyon. Recommend it !
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... all the shops that claim "unique" gifts have all the same stuff. All this Native American art (made in Mexico) and stuff from China and other areas not associated with local artists. I'm still on the hunt for a few things but I have some time and perhaps another state will bring a different set of "unique gifts". Lol Staying in Provo, UT on Saturday to get some errands done. Then onto bear lake which is northern Utah before hitting the ...
... fruit orchards along the Fremont river. back in the day, about 8-10 Mormon families lived in this town. We visited Gifford House, the blacksmith shop, and the picnic area where the mail tree was located. We saw some buck mile deer amongst the fruit trees. This area around the Fremont River is green and lush for the area. October 3, 2014 We rested well again waking ready for another adventure back ...
... the way. There were awesome panoramic views. Rolling hills spanning for miles on end. The cloud patterns were unusual and fascinating at times. We even stopped for a while to look for smooth rocks to take back with us to Colorado. Lee had an idea about painting them and saving it as a momento of our first bike tour. Before heading to the hotel, we stopped at a gas station and found our Frazil slushies that we had been looking ...
... sliding further down the canyon walls. I wished him luck and headed back to the hotel.
Not much later, we hit the road for Capitol Reef National Park. In my original itinerary, I had planned on driving a section of road between Escalante and Boulder called "Hells Backbone Road." It’s a twist mountain road that snakes its way through the high country area of the Box-Death Hollow Wilderness. However, we changed our course so that we could ...
... with another couple. He took photos for a living and she had taken up photography in self-defence. They were hoping to go to Wales the following year as he had been told that it was stunning. We replied that it was very green and could be wet; very different from the views around Utah!
We found the parking for the trailhead by the river and slotted into the final gap. Everyone else had obviously been early. It is possible to walk the length of ...