Runnin' Iron Inn

Rte 191, Monticello, Utah, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on Rte 191, Monticello, is near Navajo Trail.
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    Return to Mesa Verde, then on to Monticello

    A travel blog entry by alandliz on May 28, 2014

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    We start the day EARLY (remember this is a vacation for us, but Al doesn't always remember that). Al had spotted a hike to see petroglyphs (at Mesa Verde national park) hence the early start as we do not want to be walking in hot, hot temps. Once at the park we register for our hike. With lots of water in hand, camera and a hiking stick off we go. The first ten feet is just fine and then the fun begins. OMG! Narrow trails, narrow uneven steps, rocks ...

    Needles District, Canyonlands National Park

    A travel blog entry by jonmatters on Jul 19, 2013

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    It has been over a week since I paid for a campsite. I just spent four nights at the Needles section of Canyonlands National Park and camped for free on the BLM land just outside the park. While the park has its own campground, it costs $15/night and has no amenities other than water and toilets. Why not do some dispersed camping nearby, have no neighbors, and just drive to nearby water and toilets?

    Canyonlands NP is so large and wild that ...

    National Parks ahoy! More Van adventures

    A travel blog entry by leilapaulrtw on Jul 06, 2013

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    We headed out in the morning from our Motel 6 room into the countryside again and only half an hour into our northward journey to Grand Canyon we had to stop because of a thunder storm. The storms in America are wild man! After a quick stop to let the storm pass, as our wipers just couldn't go fast enough, we arrived at the grand canyon National park gates and flashed our passes. It wasn't a mile past the gates before we stood on a cliff ...

    Needle match

    A travel blog entry by doctormick on May 02, 2013

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    ... to: Playlist 0050. This is one of those auto generated ones and contains only tracks I have given a five star rating. How may are there you ask? Well, about 1200 as it happens! Now, you are probably thinking that is a high number of tracks to award the "I can’t live without you because you are so amazing" five star rating to but let me do some maths to show that really this is not very many.

    I have about 3000 albums which at last ...

    Contrasting landscapes & an underpants river swim

    A travel blog entry by roadtrip_usa on Aug 12, 2012

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    ... down to the Colorado River and stripped down to our undies (right in front of people from the air cond cars) and jumped in for what was a fantastically refreshing swim.
    Then refuelled in Moab and rode the 60 miles to our hotel 'Inn at the Canyons' in Monticello and enjoyed another swim in the pool before grabbing some Subway for dinner.
    Goal is to have the blog up to date by tonight and also add some videos.