Manti Country Village Motel

Address: 145 North Main Street, Manti, Utah, 84642, United States | Inn
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    Travel Blogs from Manti

    Warpings, Weathering, and Blessings!

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

    5 comments, 24 photos

    ... side of us with big vistas. There were what seemed to be thousands of sort of rounded rocks that looked badly burned in many of the fields that we passed. Once again, not having Ernie B's expertise, we decided that they were likely thrown there due to volcanic activity in the far past. According to a sign we read, one of the distant mountain ranges was the magna that had been in an active volcano that eventually eroded away leaving what now are mountains. The farmland ...

    Spectacular views

    A travel blog entry by giddayusa on Apr 05, 2014

    1 photo

    ... snow is predicted! ,!!!!!!!
    Drove over the Rocky mountains, and yes it started to snow... Poor Ricky was a wee bit stressed driving in the snow, luckily it wasn't much though. The mountains were spectacular !

    We treated ourselves to a night at the Best Western in Denver, just luxury after staying nights in the van.
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    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 ...

    Day 3 Dead Horse State Park & Canyonlands National

    A travel blog entry by roamed on Jun 13, 2013

    11 photos

    ... you can see how steep the rocks were- just how bumpy it was. Would you believe that as soon as we got back to town Steve blew a tire? I told them "it's the Bracco curse." There was a nail in the tire. I really felt sorry for Steve at this point. They were supposed to go home at six and our tour was extending their day.
    We thanked them and they got their tools and had to head back to fix the belt on my UTV.
    My ears hurt from wearing ...

    When disaster strikes

    A travel blog entry by caryn.solomon on May 13, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Oh the fun one can have in 24 hours! We took our time on our drive yesterday, making pit stops in random places. My favorite of the day was stopping at a little secluded puddle off of the highway in Idaho to do some fishing. I caught a fiesty rainbow trout, ate lunch, and got to enjoy a beer on the warm summertime day. As we started losing light we decided to camp at Yuba state park in southern Utah. Things quickly escalated to ...