Pinewoods Resort

Address: 121 Duck Creek Ridge Road, Duck Creek Village, Utah, 84762, United States | Resort
 
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This resort is located on 121 Duck Creek Ridge Road, Duck Creek Village.
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      Travel Blogs from Duck Creek Village

      Horseback Ride and Hiking!

      A travel blog entry by bannda on Sep 22, 2014

      4 comments, 33 photos

      ... the hike became quite a bit more difficult. We live about 600 ft above sea level, so hiking at 8000 feet was a challenge. We took quite a few photo breaks! We also found a shady log to sit and have a snack (checked for snakes first!). We always pack lots of water and snacks for our hikes. We thoroughly enjoyed this hike! It was a warm-up for what was to come in Zion!

      We wandered around the main amphitheater when we reached the top. We were hot and thirsty, ...

      Day Ten

      A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Aug 26, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      We left Moab around 8 am and headed for Bryce Canyon National Park. It was sunny and around 71 degrees; however they are predicting storms for today.

      Before we left, Mike and John took the dogs for a walk along the Colorado River. Moab has a walking bridge across the river and it is a nice area to walk the dogs.

      Every time John and I travel it reminds us that most people are good and kind. Yesterday while we were at The Arches National ...

      How do you Hoodoo?

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 18, 2014

      ... were face to face with the towering hoodoos, while lush greens pine trees surrounded us, growing at angles out of the hoodoos themselves. At this point, although it seemed impossible, the canyon began to be even more beautiful. The light and shadows became even clearer and the shapes of the rocks were even more incredible at eye level. Widows suddenly appeared in the walls. Deep crevices provided natural frames for our views and photographs, and rocks to stand on and clamber ...

      On Scenic Byways to Bryce

      A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Jul 09, 2014

      1 comment, 36 photos

      ... stopped briefly at the entrance sign for our picture (we missed this on the way in). The next stop was mile marker 13 out of Monument Valley, the two-lane highway made most famous in “Forrest Gump.” This is the spot where Forrest, after his long trek criss-crossing America, decides to stop running. We weren’t the only ones who looked this up, as a few other people stopped in the same spot. We ran into a couple with their grandson from ...

      The Great Outdoors

      A travel blog entry by agnetapigott on May 16, 2014

      38 photos

      ... the best viewpoint of Zion Canyon. It was well worth the effort !
      By the time we came back down the trail was in full sunshine and it was quite hot. The round trip took us the best part of 6 hours and by the time we got back to our motel we were pretty shattered, but pleased with ourselves.

      This morning we left our pretty motel in Springdale and travelled across the Mount Carmel road to Bryce National Park, about 80 miles away.
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