Circle Cliffs Motel
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... from 4000 ft to 9000 ft above sea level. You’ll encounter archaeological. Cultural, historic, natural, recreational and scenic qualities while driving this exhilarating byway." We missed the interpretation of the words “negotiate” and “exhilarating” when we read this first!!!
This road was built during Franklin ...
... a quick Ranger talk about some of the petroglyphs in the park though. Moving on we ended up driving through some more breathtaking scenery on our way to Bryce National Park. We then drove through the Grand Staircase National Monument and wanted to check out a state park called Anasazi where they have uncovered the ruins of an ancient Pueblan civilization, but the park was closed for the day, so we decided to set up camp nearby so we could see it in ...
The Hog Back is approximately 1.5 miles across a ridge road that has no guard rails (and minimal shoulders in many spots) and canyons on both sides.
While I did not shoot the following video, it will give you an idea of what the road is like.
... beside the river before climbing up steeply along the side of the hill until you came out at the very top to look out over it all. The view at the top is a little odd as all the surrounding hills seem to be tilted!
What goes up must come down, so then it was back to the car before heading out on the next hike, Cohab Canyon.
Right at the start we caught a nice close glimpse of a marmot! We'd seen a few others across the ...
... photos but the wind was blowing up some real nasty sand storms so we just took a few from the car windows .These rock formations became more and more frequent and impressive the closer we go to the Capitol Reef National Park . We decided to pay for park entry and drive the park scenic route http://www.nps.gov/care/planyourvisit/s cenicdrive.htm but to be honest as we had such ...