Boulder Mountain Lodge

20 N Highway 12, Boulder, Utah, 84716, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 20 N Highway 12, Boulder, is near Anasazi Indian Village State Park, Devils Garden, Vermillion Cliffs, and Circle Cliffs.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBoulder Mountain Lodge

    Reviewed by jmwilliams2


    Reviewed Jun 25, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    REally loved the setting, the peace and quiet, beautiful and comfortable rooms.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by greg-wendy


    Reviewed Apr 22, 2012
    by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Beautiful property & grounds. Wonderful staff, great food at the Hell's Backbone Grill. Love the duck pond!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Boulder Mountain Lodge

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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    A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Jul 04, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    I had about 10 miles of straight up a mountain today. There was about a mile section of steep switchbacks where I had to get off and push my bike. That was a bummer, but I'm just not strong enough YET. It'll get easier. I rolled into the town of Escalante. To the left, there was a cute little Airstream rental yard. It also had a Drive-in movie screen with a bunch of old fashioned cars parked in front so people could have a private car while ...

    Mon - nearly 500 miles back home to Wickenburg

    A travel blog entry by esty666 on Oct 07, 2013

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    Sunday – Cosmic Ashtray

    A travel blog entry by esty666 on Oct 06, 2013

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    ... 8217;, lower, are steep chutes. The ‘crater’ is more or less circular, and has a diameter of about 100 feet (don’t quote me on this; this is a totally unsophisticated guess). Near the edge of the outer rim there is a massive boulder, and from this side it looks like the head of a dinosaur or alien, smiling. The crater was filled almost to the brim with the deep brownish red sandstone sand blown against the dinosaur head. Your first sight of it is just simply ...

    Saturday with Tet

    A travel blog entry by redrox on Oct 05, 2013

    4 comments, 2 photos

    Up until last night, I hadn't seen my friends Hans and Antoinette in 2 years. During that time we corresponded and communicated at TripAdvisor even though at times he was seriously ill and suffering. He was on the receiving end of a lot of prayers and now, through the grace of God, Antoinette's persistence and Hans' own fortitude, we were reunited. So we resolved that on Saturday, while the others were doing an aggressive hike (that I'm sure I would have loved), we would instead ...

    Friday – Canyoneering

    A travel blog entry by esty666 on Oct 04, 2013

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    ... not help, they slip away; so now you lower yourself to the ground. Or your feet are on the left wall, your right side against the right wall, and then you slide down, ‘smearing’ as the technique is called. It was great, great fun, and you got more confident with ‘going off the deep end’ as you progress. And whenever it got more technical the guides were right there, demonstrating, instructing, giving a helping hand, or even asking us to ...