Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area

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Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area Travel Blogs (7)
Fossil Butte and Flaming Gorge, Fossil Butte and Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, United States travel blog

Fossil Butte and Flaming Gorge

A travel blog entry by sifefer

10

Leaving Bear lake drove to Fossil Butte, heading East to Flaming Gorge.Our first stop early morning was Fossil Butte National Monument in Utah. We drove up a 5 mile winding one lane gravel road with no guard rails, up to a butte where the view was another ...

To the desert, Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, United States travel blog

To the desert

A travel blog entry by sarah_allen04

5

... could easily imagine an ancient sea covering the lowlands and the higher mesas forming islands or headlands. We broke the journey at Flaming Gorge, a deep, clear reservoir surrounded by red cliffs and held back by a 502 foot dam. Far above the reservoir, ...

Rain, Clouds, Hail the gorge was not so flaming, Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, United States travel blog

Rain, Clouds, Hail the gorge was not so flaming

A travel blog entry by s_jontheroad

5

This was to be the start of our kayaking on this trip.  It was a bit hard to do with 35 mph winds, rain and cold.  Yes there was new snow in the mountains.  The reservoir was very rough and we did not have brawn to attempt to get on the ...

A bit of a non-day, Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, United States travel blog

A bit of a non-day

A travel blog entry by marelia

4

... day, as the stretch from Jackson to Moab is too far to do in one day. We drove through Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, where the rocks are incredibly red. The scenery changed pretty dramatically soon after leaving Jackson, and became rather ...