Manti Country Village Motel

Address: 145 North Main Street, Manti, Utah, 84642, United States | Inn
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      Warpings, Weathering, and Blessings!

      A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Jul 31, 2014

      5 comments, 24 photos

      ... through was very lush and we could see mountain ranges in front of us. This really felt relaxing to us--being in the mountains again. All that we have seen in the last few days has really put us not so much into overload as causing whip lash trying to see everything! We climbed up and down several summits ranging from 7,000 feet to over 8,000 feet in elevation before once again being back into "melted badlands". Getting to I-70, we drove about 7 miles north to our ...

      Beautiful Canyons

      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Oct 04, 2013

      17 photos

      ... layers in the rock and varying depths of canyons and ledges. It was so grand and staggeringly beautiful, there was too much to take in.

      Walking round the point we were rewarded views of the other side, which is just as spectacular. The story behind Dead Horse Point is a little sad though. The cowboys would round up all the wild mustang and drive them out onto this point, where they could then block off the narrow entrance. They would pick the horses they wanted and then just ...

      Arches National park

      A travel blog entry by nehagupta on Nov 20, 2012

      ... some adventure.

      2nd day-2nd day we went to the Deadhorse and Canyonlands national parks. These two parks have different entries. The topology is different in these two places and are definitely worth visiting. The bow-tie mesa at the Deadhorse was beautiful and photographic. After the long and tiring vacation we headed back to NYC. All I would say is don't miss out on the Arches and the Canyonlands, they are worth a visit. Happy ...

      America Part 2

      A travel blog entry by amandanz888 on Apr 29, 2012

      14 photos

      ... a bit of a let down... Firstly i did not expect Roswell to be a city and secondly aliens definitely weren't what you needed to be scared of! The museum was kind of cool although nothing really special. That night we made our way to Carlsbad where we explored the caverns. This was pretty cool and not as scary as i thought plus the elevator at the end went incredibly fast!
      To break up our journey a bit, it was decided that we would make ...

      Ride 'em Cowboy!

      A travel blog entry by thebucknalls on Jun 18, 2010

      16 photos

      ... by riding bucking broncos and bulls and there were barrel racing and lassooing competitions. The part we enjoyed the most was the children's rodeo where tiny kids as young a 3 were riding aggravated sheep, being thrown off as the sheep bucked about. They were meant to be riding rodeo style with one arm in the air, but most came out clinging onto the sheep's wool for dear life. It sounds quite cruel, but was absolutley hilarious to watch. All ...