Cottonwood Meadow Lodge

Highway 89 MM 123, Panguitch, Utah, 84759, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Panguitch

Chasin' Down a Hoodoo There ...

A travel blog entry by garylesser

6
16

... night sky is Class 2 (“Typical truly dark site”), meaning: the zodiacal light is distinctly yellowish and bright enough to cast shadows at dusk and dawn, and the summer Milky Way is highly structured. At the other extreme is Class 9: Inner-city sky. But we are in Bryce Canyon amid blazing late May sunlight and will have to just accept the 7.4 number as a good one. So we start heading north out of the park on Johns Valley Road, ...

The Hoodoos of Bryce Canyon

A travel blog entry by trekker2014

8

... scattering of green pine, and the spectator can only exclaim in amazement at a panorama of such breathtaking beauty.

This was our reaction as we reached the overlook appropriately named Inspiration Point, in the early afternoon. Located at the highest level of the Grand Staircase-Escalante formation, this vast amphitheatre lies at around 8,000 ft above sea-level, and despite the clear ...

I FOUND LATTES!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by linleyc

2
8

... Forgetting momentarily that I was of course in America. It was the size of a freaking atlas. Needless to say, I ate half. The aforementioned astronomy session was really cool. For anyone visiting Bryce Canyon, if it's on when you're here, go to it. Really informative, really funny and afterwards they take you out the back and you can look through some huge telescopes. Naturally I'm here during a full moon so the sky is a bit washed out, but it ...

We Never Met a Rock We Didn't Like

A travel blog entry by pavelmichaelusa

9

... otherwise stark black tunnel. Even with the breadth and complexity of the park, we felt mountains were no longer enough to sustain our imaginations--particularly five days into mountain country, and especially when the other places had been so unique. Of course, had we been able to stay and engage in some active engagement in the park--via mountain bikes or simple hiking and camping--it would ...

What exactly are Hoodoos?

A travel blog entry by nadyapb

9

... miles away from Bryce and eventually got on Highway 12 - one of Utah's Scenic Byways. We eventually entered Red Canyon, and we got our first glimpse at the red sandstone we'd seen in all the guidebooks. Eroded in pinnacles, spires, columns, and hoodoos, this makes for unique landscape like no other in the world. We stopped at the Visitor Center for Red Canyon to get an annual pass and a couple of passports. Hadn't heard of either of these things? Neither had ...

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