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Torrey is located in the south central part of Utah, just eight miles from Capitol Reef National Park. The town was settled in the 1880's by Mormon pioneers. Legend has it that Torrey was named after one of Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders, Colonel Torrey. Visitors will still find a few unaltered examples of log building construction that remain from pioneer times. Bed and Breakfast innkeepers can be great sources for information on the history of the town.
Fremont Indians are known to have lived in the area as early as 700 A.D., leaving numerous structures sheltered by cliff overhangs, and rock art depicting varying types of images.
Special activities available for visitors and locals alike include the Torrey Apple Days and Music Festivals, as well as activities within Capitol Reef Park. Schedules and event information can be found at most areas B&Bs.
Nearby Dixie National Forest is an expanse of pine forests, meadows and lakes varying from 7000 to 11,000 feet in elevation. It is known for its hiking trails, numerous lakes, and expansive views reaching beyond the Colorado River.
Torrey Schoolhouse Bed & BreakfastPhone: 435-491-0230
"Where Capitol Reef meets Comfort!" Luxuriously renovated 1916 schoolhouse at Capitol Reef with highspeed wireless, cable, and Sharper-Image massaging recliners in every room, offers organic hot breakfasts and spectacular views in a wellness environment.
Torrey (Capitol Reef-Grand Staircase Escalante), Utah
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