Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a circle back up to Capitol Reef Park (which we bypassed the first time). Here is the description from the Grand Circle 2015 official Travel Planner: "Scenic Biway 12, Utah’s first All American Road, takes you to the heart of the American West. This exceptional 124 mile route negotiates an isolated landscape of canyons, plateaus, and ...
... 6 and counting! Then we began our drive south. First stop was Capitol Reef National park where, you guessed it, Kiran got another Junior Ranger badge. It was rainy when we were in this park so we didn't really hike around at all as we all remembered how miserable it was getting soaked back at Craters of the Moon. So we opted for the driving tour instead. But the scenery was still incredible even though we never really got out of the car much. We ...
... Reef National Park.
Fruita is a really beautiful little spot. It was a farm a long time ago and the orchards are still maintained. It also had a quaint little store that sold delicious apple pies, jams and salsas. So that's kinda what we had for lunch - Mark & I split an apple pie and the boys had some salsa and corn chips. Then it was time for a hike.
First hike was Fremont River...
Started off a nice, flat, ...
... this was a bit of a waste of money as you could see most of the interesting rock formations from highway 24 . I did however really like the one that looked like some sort of Egyptian temple . Allegedly the park has its name as early settlers thought the white tops of the cliffs looked like the dome of the Capitol building in Washington . After our whistle stop tour and this park it ...
... moving or immersing themselves in a bush so no photos.
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Then the start of a long 180 mile trip to Torrey. Glad we hadn't followed Googlemaps directions and instead had ace tourist guide Monica to research the options. Scenic route 12 lived up to its name in all respects. We both gave gasps as each new view came into sight. The trees were just turning colour and there was a part where the yellow of the aspens were dazzling and a ...