The Lodge At Red River Ranch

Address: 2900 West Highway 24, Teasdale, Utah, 84773, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 2900 West Highway 24, Teasdale.
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      Travel Blogs from Teasdale

      Scenic highway 12 and Torrey Utah

      A travel blog entry by ajbrad on Oct 01, 2014

      51 photos

      ... When we returned, it had stopped raining and the sun was peaking out. It was still a bit windy and cool, but we got packed up and out by a little after 10:00 am. We headed for Scenic Highway 12.  This is a very pretty up and around, through rocks highway.  We continued to climb up mountains with fantastic views.  We drove up Boulder Mountain with an elevation of 9600ft. The yellow, golden Aspens all around Boulder ...

      Rain, low cloud limiting views

      A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 13, 2014

      8 photos

      ... of the orchards that was once the original Mormon settlers' orchards and are now part of the national park. You can eat what you pick, and pay in an honesty system for any you take away. They provide a ladder as well as poles with a claw & basket to pull off the fruit. Apples were the order of the day, so we proceeded to pick some apples. I picked a nice one but the one Greg got wasn't fully ripe, and very tart.
      We had a quick look at the old schoolhouse which ...

      Boulder, UT (14 miles)

      A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Jul 06, 2014

      3 comments, 2 photos

      ... oven in the yard, and occasionally, the owner will round up everyone from town and have a pizza night and musicians will play. I looked around and discovered they sold vegan ice cream pops and peanut butter cups! I pigged out and used their wifi for a while. I went into town and could not locate the campground that was listed on my map. I went to the state park up the road, which turned out to be just a grassy area in front of the parking lot with ...

      Capitol Reef National Park

      A travel blog entry by beaky on Jul 04, 2014

      11 photos

      ... in them. However, the walk itself was really nice with good views but more importantly it made us start to feel connected with the park and once that happened everything seemed to look and feel better.

      After our hike we then got back in the car to drive to some petroglyph's. These are rock art drawings done by Native Americans from approximately AD 600. The meanings of them are unknown, but what I do know is that my drawing skills would have been just ...

      Day 9: Zebra Canyon and Capitol Reef

      A travel blog entry by not.far.now on Jun 27, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... sliding further down the canyon walls. I wished him luck and headed back to the hotel.

      Not much later, we hit the road for Capitol Reef National Park. In my original itinerary, I had planned on driving a section of road between Escalante and Boulder called "Hells Backbone Road." It’s a twist mountain road that snakes its way through the high country area of the Box-Death Hollow Wilderness. However, we changed our course so that we could ...