The pretty little town of Torrey, just outside the Capitol Reef National Park, has lots of personality and dates back to the 1880s, when Mormon settlers first arrived. Giant old cottonwood trees alongside a narrow canal make it a shady spot, and its altitude of 6,830 feet makes it a cool place to stay in the height of the summer. The townspeople, numbering fewer than 200, are friendly and accommodating and there are places to eat and stay and some interesting shopping opportunities.


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