Runnin' Iron Inn

Address: 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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      The Edge of Nowhere

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Mar 22, 2015

      16 photos

      "Some people call this the middle of nowhere, I say it is the Edge of Nowhere." said Tracy, the proprietor of the Needles Outpost near the Needles section of Canyonlands National Park south side of Colorado River. We had journeyed north from Monument Valley through the southeastern section of Utah through Bluff (founded in 680 AD, way before the Mormon's entered the area, see photo) then north through Blanding, Monticello to just south of La Sal Mountains where we turned left at ...


      A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Jul 10, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... sitting under a picnic table for shade because my tent turned into an oven at 7am. I wish I could just get out of here, but I don't think it's safe to bike 75 miles in the sun in my condition. What if I become too exhausted and need to stop for the day? I have no idea what the terrain is like other than there's elevation gain. I'm considering trying to hitch hike, but I doubt anyone will have room for my bike. I feel ...

      Return to Mesa Verde, then on to Monticello

      A travel blog entry by alandliz on May 28, 2014

      5 photos

      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

      41 photos

      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

      61 photos

      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 ...