Super 8 Motel - Torrey/Capitol Reef Area

Address: 600 East Highway 24, Torrey, Utah, 84775, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 600 East Highway 24, Torrey.
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Travel Blogs from Torrey

Day 79 - Utah, So Many Parks, So Little Time

A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Aug 10, 2015

60 photos

... the way. Besides, the clouds were beginning to look a little ominous, and We at least wanted to make it to the end.
The overlooks in Bryce Canyon are really spectacular. The road is at about 8000 to 9000 feet elevation, and you look down into the canyons below. The rock formations are everywhere, with hoodoos and canyons, with bright reds and oranges and browns. It's difficult in a photograph the sheer size of all of this, but it is ...

T. Tibbar's Trek: Day 27 (7/22)

A travel blog entry by luvinlif2k on Jul 22, 2015

... amazing canyons, amazingly devoid of evidence of lifeHOTEL

  • Red Sands Hotel
  • Awesome, clean, great hospitality, Mom wants to take them along for the rest of the trip
  • Slackers: burger joint - 3 garlic burgers and 1 Slackers Special (grilled chicken with bacon, swiss, banana peppers, tomato & lettuce)
Hung out in hotel room before going to bed. Hoping for an earlier start to the day.

Ticking off another National Park

A travel blog entry by batttravels on Apr 04, 2015

1 comment, 32 photos

... 8217;s a lot on a dirt road when you can only do a max speed of 35 mpg. It was worth it! Hope my pictures
show you how worth it it was.

The third day we hiked to Hickman Bridge which is a 133’
natural bridge. It was only a mile hike (one-way) but with a 400’ elevation
change. We made this day an easy day because the wind was supposed to get a lot
worse, gust of 50 mph and we were going to hike 2 canyons the next ...

Capitol Reef National Park

A travel blog entry by beaky on Jul 04, 2014

11 photos

... so after the drive we decided to do some hiking in the park up to some natural water tanks.

The hike wasn't too strenuous but once we got out the shade of the canyon it soon got pretty hot which made it seem harder than it probably was. The steep walk ended at the water tanks which were a bit disappointing as they basically looked like large puddles just at the top of a canyon. Worse still the puddles looked a dubious pee-green so we definitely decided ...

Day 9: Zebra Canyon and Capitol Reef

A travel blog entry by on Jun 27, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... there was something I could do for him, but I didn’t want to put myself in unnecessary risk either. After talking about various rescue attempts with him for a few minutes, I moved on down the trail a little ways. After wrapping up my shots, I hiked back out of the canyon. I passed by him again, still having not retrieved his filters. In fact, he had tried to use his tripod to get one of the filters that had come out, but that only resulted in ...