Traveler Inn

Address: 2690 West Hwy. 40, Craig, Colorado, 81625, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 2690 West Hwy. 40, Craig, is near Sandrocks Nature Trail and Petroglyphs.
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      Travel Blogs from Craig

      Day Twenty Four

      A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Sep 09, 2014

      7 photos

      ... fracking, or delivering the oil to wherever they deliver it.

      We also saw a near disaster. A big semi trailer was behind us and he was apparently in a big hurry. We were going down a big hill with a curve at the bottom and this guy passed us on a double yellow line not knowing if anyone was coming the other way. If there were cars in both of the lanes, they wouldn’t have survived the impact. He may have gained a minute or two by passing ...

      Heading home to Michigan. . .

      A travel blog entry by nboersma on Sep 06, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      Our route today will take us to Craig, CO via I-70 and Rifle, CO. Now Christina would be proud as this was a departure from my pre-planned itinerary. This was brought on by us trying to find a way to get from I-70 to I-80 with as few mountain passes as possilbe. We checked out two ways and each had two 8,000 ft. heights. So we tried another route that was not supposed to have any steep runs. Well the route we took was not devoid of some steep runs ...

      Where the hell is Maybell?

      A travel blog entry by rvhavingfun on Aug 28, 2014

      13 photos

      ... Sand Wash Basin is one of four BLM wild horse management areas in Colorado. In 1971 it was home to 61 horses. The BLM is now managing the area for 163 to 362 horses. Looking for horses, I drove CR 75 up Sevenmile Ridge and then the lower Wild Horse Loop. The roads are not well maintained and a four-wheel, high-clearance vehicle would be handy. Three times I was turned back because of washouts, but I did see some beautiful shy horses.
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      Across the Rockies

      A travel blog entry by robnraystravels on May 20, 2013

      20 photos

      ... we were driving through a huge canyon. It was absolutely amazing, the camera was in overdrive. We had hoped to camp in the National Park but the campground was full as people book it out 5-6 months in advance. However, they have a few campgrounds along the river that are run by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) so we went there. Turned out to be a better option than the National Park. We are right beside the river with a stunning view & the weather is ...

      Where in the world are Debbie and Dana (Part II)

      A travel blog entry by debdana on May 26, 2012

      5 photos

      ... 131, we followed the Colorado River for a time. It was unusually warm – 82 degrees – and we saw many people swimming, kayaking and paddle boarding.

      At 9 pm, the wind is still howling outside. These strong winds are due to a large cold front which is currently causing heavy snow in the Tetons & Yellowstone, which is where we are headed ...