- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... canyons, and graceful arches. The erosion forces of wind and water provide breathtaking scenery at almost every turn. We took the Grand Wash hike which wound through fairly narrow passages that had been sculpted by water through the sandstone over the centuries. The overall hike was about 4.5 miles and was enjoyable, even in the heat. We hope that the pictures are ...
... and more eroded than what we saw yesterday. Ernie B., we badly need you here and just not for your ability to say, "They are old rocks." Just saying. At 9:30 we drove into the Capital Reef National Park boundaries. The Behunin Cabin was one of the first stops we made. In 1882 Elijah Cutler Behunin and his family built this cabin, and stayed a brief time until the rising river washed out their crops. Behunin was one of the first settlers in this area. They were a family ...
Day 1: Torrey to Fish Lake (Lakeside Resort)
Daily Mileage: It should have totalled 37.6 Miles. It ended up being 46.9 Miles. (76 KM) (Torrey to Mill Meadow Reservoir = 27.1 Miles. Mill Meadow Reservoir to Fish Lake Lodge = 18.6 Miles. Fish Lake Lodge to Lakeside Resort = 1.2 Miles.)
Elevation: Approximately 6808ft to 9029ft.
Total riding time: Approximately 8 hours.
We had arrived in Torrey, UT the day before the start of our bike tour ...
... fridge, coffee maker. Balcony with fantastic red rocks/cliffs view. Enjoyed drinks on the balcony - still sunny, but cooling off with that ever-present breeze. Neat to HEAR the wind & nothing else!
Dinner across the road from the motel at the Red Rock Restaurant. Good meals & nice views. Big skies and a pretty sunset.
"May all your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view."
- Edward ...
... s again and Chris wanted a frappe from McDonalds. We enjoyed our treats and the downtown scenery! It is a very nice city. People played Piano on the "free to play pianos", there were chess games going on in the shade, and we were entertained by the countless acts such as mimes. We even saw how cool Denver's locals were when a man came up and handed a homeless man a sandwich he had just purchased! It really was a nice, clean city. After all the downtown fun, we made our way to ...