Mt. Peale Inn/Lodge& Cabins

Address: Box 366, La Sal, Utah, 84530, United States | Inn
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This inn is located on Box 366, La Sal.
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    Travel Blogs from La Sal

    Goodbye to Rock Country

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Apr 17, 2015

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    ... night at the program hotel – and ventured off for another day of hiking and adventure. I would suggest that if you have time, there is a lot more to see in this area so take another day or two and venture out on your own! Although we thought we had "seen it all," our group leader suggested a few more gems to see. Wow – if you find yourself in Moab, I suggest adding the “Fisher Towers” as well as the Utah Dead Horse State Park. Seriously, ...

    Getting There Was Half the Fun!

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... that would begin on Sunday afternoon in Moab, Utah — and avoid the consequences of an air travel delay! The drive from SLC took about four hours — very enjoyable, easy drive south to Moab. The scenery along the way is just awe inspiring.

    We arrived at our very comfortable accommodations for the week — The River Canyon Lodge. Appropriately named as it's nestled right in town, in ...

    Arches and Dead Horse Point National Park.

    A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Oct 09, 2014

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    ... hot in the sun! And yes it was already warm enough for sunscreen and hats. So off firstly to the far ends of the park to see Landscape Arch which spans the width of at least a football pitch. Incredible to think these arches were formed by the salt layer from the ancient seas being eroded by the water dripping through the less permeable rock and that this all took eons of years. Makes one very small. We had the pleasure of meeting Pamela and her two children who were ...

    Arches and Canyonlands National Parks

    A travel blog entry by jabecker on Sep 07, 2014

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    We arrived in Moab on the 7th of September and settled in for 3 nights at the Moab Valley RV Resort. First, a correction to the last blog entry. The Great Basin includes most of Nevada, more than half of Utah, parts of Oregon, Wyoming, Idaho and California. But this also depends on how it is defined since there are 3 different definitions. I like the watershed one best. If you ...

    From the Mountains to the Desert

    A travel blog entry by travelistolive on Sep 02, 2014

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    ... burritos. We weren't there too long when Kohli had an unfortunate encounter with another dog. Fighting over a bone, Kohli ended up getting bit on her face, so we were off to the local Moab vet. Ohhh the joys of being a pet owner! ;) After we got Kohli situated, we decided to take it easy and play some rummy at our camper while the rest of a group hiked Delicate Arch. We later met up with everyone for some dinner at the yummy Moab ...