Wind Walker Guest Ranch

Address: 11550 Pigeon Hollow Road, Spring City, Utah, 84662, United States | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 11550 Pigeon Hollow Road, Spring City.
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Travel Blogs from Spring City

Let's go on a road trip!

A travel blog entry by jobell2015 on Mar 06, 2015

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... Calgary would be experiencing similar temperatures to what we'd find in the south?

Our first destination was Moab, Utah, the hub of a spectacular playground, compliments of Mother Nature. The town of Moab has a great vibe with its endless outdoor activity options, eclectic coffee shops, and red rock backdrop. Our main reason for stopping in Moab was for the many ...

Meadow Hot Springs to Zion

A travel blog entry by travelnotes14 on Jul 24, 2014

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... three hot water springs in lovely pools,
they told us. After carefully following there instructions we arrived at this
parking lot in the middle of nowhere in farmland and about 15km on dirt road.
Another fantastic find. As it happened to be an overcast day with occasional
drizzle it was much more enjoyable to laze around in hot water. As camping at
that place was not allowed we drove on to Parowan and overnighted ...

Spectacular views

A travel blog entry by giddayusa on Apr 05, 2014

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Today we went to the Arches National Park which is in Utah. The park is close to a small town called Moab, which is situated in the middle of a canyon. The park cost us $10.00 to enter,the road went for about 40 miles round trip, you can also camp in the park but unfortunately it was all booked.
We are now heading off to Colorado, ...

Big city for 30 minutes, then head for the hills

A travel blog entry by annarichard on Sep 10, 2013

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... have headed a long (40 miles) way west for camping in the sand dunes (Little Sahara Recreation Area). But closer and more in the direction we wanted to go was to head east into the mountains, where there were various state parks.

But -- some roads there had been washed out a few days earlier by flash floods from previous thunderstorms, they weren't sure which roads had been re-opened, and of course more storms were brewing (dark skied in the ...

Day 3 Dead Horse State Park & Canyonlands National

A travel blog entry by roamed on Jun 13, 2013

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... out Lion's Back - they said you can't drive it anymore since 14 people died doing it. It never occurred to me that we were going up the rocks. On one of the first really steep climbs a hummer was ahead of us. I was following the tour guides vehicle and Den was behind me. The hummer started to slip backwards down the incline - now I'm wondering if he did it to scare the **** out of those people. Well I screamed out to the guys, "don't start until that thing ...