The Lodge At Red River Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at Calf Creek.
The next thing we knew, we were driving on the top of a ridge looking down both sides at once! This we are calling the Devil’s Back as we saw a sign for a trail called that. Robert concentrating on driving and prayed he did not meet a big truck (or have a blowout as our campground host suggested later!), while I tried to ...
... one of the most spectacular sections of the reef. We also went on a couple of dirt back roads up into canyons. One interesting feature of all of these roads was the way they were structured to cross the washes. In the western desert country anywhere near mountainous areas the desert is cut with washes or arroyos from the rains coming down from the mountains. These will cause flash floods roaring down the wash out of nowhere. Most areas the roads have ...
... route were tree covered and very green quite a difference between the sandstone and desert hills further south. Just north of the Dixie Forest is Fishlake Forest. Included in this forest are some peaks ranging from 9,700 feet to almost 12,000 feet. We also moved back into red sandstone crags and sheer rock faces. We went by the entrance to Bryce canyon and actually saw some hoodoos along our path. Hoodoos are pillars of ...
... Fred is wearing shorts. This was the only day on our 7 week trip that it was warm enough for either of us wear shorts! On the 16 mile drive, we could see very dramatically the difference in the landscapes as we drove through the Park - one side tall, sharp cliffs with different layers of rock showing and on the other, rolling hills.
About half way out, we stopped ...
... dimensional map of the entire 100+ Waterpocket Fold of the park in the Visitor's Center, which is right about where those ladies are looking. You are looking from the south.
The park is filled with canyons, cliffs, towers, domes, and arches. The Fremont River has cut canyons through parts of the Waterpocket Fold, but most of ...