Willow Creek Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Willow Creek Inn Ephraim
Travel Blogs from Ephraim
... elderly and the handicapped (perfect!) They stop many times and the buses run often. You never have more than a 7 minute wait at a bus stop.
We started by going to the last stop-Temple of Sinawava. Since it was a paved path we walked it. I didn’t realize it was a mile each way and there really wasn’t anything special to see at the end of this path. You need to hike on very uneven ground to get to where the cliff walls meet. I heard a ranger telling someone whom was going ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... of different beers which was a lot of fun!
From Moab we ventured inland further to Talluride, Colorado. This place was absolutely beautiful and reminded me a lot of Canada.. I feel another ski holiday coming on! We walked around the town for awhile and then headed to Ouray to set up camp. Several of us headed to the hot pools for what i thought would be a nice relaxing swim but turned into a highly competitive game of basketball! Dinner ...
... from route to route, the style varied enough to keep us entertained for two weeks. One day we'd be climbing in a massive cave with ************tal roofs, while the next we'd be in a narrow corridor that runs off the canyon, climbing some super-sustained vertical walls.
One of the interesting features of the cobbles is that sometimes they fall out! On our last day in Maple, we were climbing in a narrow canyon when ...