The Lodge At Red River Ranch
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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In the morning, we left for Capital Reef National Park. It was about 1 ½ hours away, but the scenery along the way was beautiful – valleys, mountains, valleys, mountains…When we finally arrived, we went to the Visitor's Center to find out about this Park.
The main geological attraction that defines this Park is a Waterpocket Fold - a nearly 100-mile long warp in ...
... br> This warp, probably caused by the same colliding continental plates that created the Rocky Mountains, has weathered and eroded over millennia to expose layers of rock and fossils. The park is filled with brilliantly colored sandstone cliffs, gleaming white domes, and contrasting layers of stone and earth.
The area was named for ...
... on the road and heading now towards highway 12. We stopped at Torrey as I started to panic that we had very little cash left but there wasn't much at Torrey apart from a rather expensive and not very interesting general store and an ATM that would only let you have $20 so having to hope that the restaurant at Boulder takes cards !
As soon as we turned onto highway 12 the ...
... being bigger was bound to be better served. Mistake! We drove the length of town and my suggestion of Subway was vetoed by Monica who wanted lunch at a 'proper restaurant'! So we parked at the only restaurant advertising the largest portions in town, We entered what was effectively a large shed complete with stuffed grizzly bear overlooking the counter. The smell of grease fat should have signalled our departure! However Monica braved out a hamburger and chips and my ...
... inside. The girl at the desk told me the nearest camp was 12 miles back from where I just left this morning. I was now biking in the pouring rain. I talked to a couple lodges and motels that were listed as "campgrounds" on the state park info board. No one was helpful. I decided to start biking out of town toward Boulder Mountain. I saw the Dixie National Forest sign and knew it was free to camp there. As soon as I started looking, I found an awesome ...