Canyonlands Motor Inn
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Monticello
... ever-present gnats. I'm tired and sunburned. Maybe it wouldn't be so bad if there was a tree or some sort of shade to escape this harsh sun. I've been sitting under a picnic table because my tent turned into an oven at 7am. I wish I could just get out of here, but I don't think it's safe to bike 75 miles in the sun like this. I'm considering trying to hitch hike, but I doubt anyone will have room for my bike. I feel really hopeless and stuck right ...
... where we were lead down a path to a wooden ladder that we had to climb up to get into the Balcony House ... it was almost the end of he tour for David .... check out he ladder and at the end of the tour we had to climb up the cliff face, again they nearly had a extra person to stay overnight. (poor David)
Thought we had plenty of time to get to the next tour... ...
... research facility with the archaeological repository for all of southeast Utah. A huge Ancestral Puebloan pottery collection is visible as well as other items found in this part of Utah.
There is also an ancient archaeological site; a village on the Chacoan frontier. It was inhabited by the ancestors of contemporary Puebloan Peoples from AD 825 to 1125. One can also climb down a ladder into the ...
... the Colorado River. The Green is a 700+ mile tributary of the Colorado and of course the Colorado is responsible for the Grand Canyon so I have seen it already on this trip. When I reached the trailhead and figured out the parking (there is none so park it like you stole it) I was the only one there – this bode well for the hike. Unfortunately I was less than half a K in when I got lost and went up a random canyon! I quickly turned my self ...
... NEEDLES AREA
The rock is jammed with petroglyphs, which are estimated to be 2,000 years of man's activities (unfortunately, intermixed with more recent graffity).