Days Inn Capitol Reef
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... drive is 18 miles long into the park and dead ends. Then there is a turnaround loop at the end and you have to drive back the 18 miles on the same road. We got to the Visitors Center, had our passports stamped and watched the obligatory 20 minute movie. After checking the map, we decided the best idea would be to drive all the way to the end of the 18 mile road, check out the overlooks there and then begin the ride back, stopping at all the ...
... the road. We went to the Natural Bridges National Monument. Our first stop was the visitor's center where Mom got the requisite stamp and a pin. Dad checked out the maps as usual.
- Saw three bridges
- Dad and kids took hike to second bridge while Mom napped and took pictures
- ate lunch at picnic area
- drove to Torrey since not a lot of lodging/restaurants at town on eastern ...
... the river and noticed 3 things right off that didn’t feel right 1.
Water was moving a little fast 2. We had to zig zag in the river 3. The zig
into the river we could see the bottom but the zag out we couldn’t see how deep
it was. So, being by ourselves and
safety first of course, we decided to opt for the in/out drive. Now we are
entering from the other end and our trip turned from a 56 mile drive to a 72
mile drive ...
... Americanised. Once at Capitol Reef National Park we had a picnic in a quaint little park which had a stream running through the middle and deer grazing right by the picnic tables.
After our early lunch it was then time to explore the park. First up was a scenic drive where we got to see lots of interesting geology, and all whilst driving along a dried up river bed (wash). The landscape looked fantastic, but we didn’t feel we’d connected to ...
... from St Louis who has essentially been doing our trip except in reverse. We kept snapping pictures until the sun had risen completely in the sky. At that moment as we were finishing up, he accidentally kicked a pouch of filters over the edge which proceeded to side down the hill about 20-30 ft. before stopping precariously on the embankment. He said that he had about $900 worth of filters in that pouch so he was beating himself up pretty bad. I ...