Headwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch
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Early morning flight from RDU took me on one of the most spontaneous and exhilarating trips I have ever taken. My first impression as I landed in Salt Lake City was that it was just so different from anything I had seen in this country before. Vast landscape of …
Usual Grape Nuts breakfast, finished orange juice.
Gradually running out of food. Anna made tea but I finished it off on revived camp fire -- the spirit stove not working well at all. The outer ring of flame just doesn't happen! I got so fed up I even considered buying a replacement -- until I saw the park prices for various sorts of gas …
... that this was unplanned, that they had no idea someone would be out in the Thorofare, and that a sing-along with a random guy in the wilderness is pretty unprecedented in any NOLS course. Perfect.
When we got to his cabin, after walking about a mile from camp and another 1/4 mile from his fence gate, we were ushered in by the cowboy himself, Val. He wore a ten gallon hat, flannel shirt, and jeans, just as you would expect a cowboy in the wilderness to look like. The ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TravelPod Member ReviewsHeadwaters Lodge & Cabins at Flagg Ranch Moran
We are staying a cabin that has been updated. Very clean and the Lodge is very welcoming. Very friendly staff and the service is excellent. Lou Ann is our favorite!!
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