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FAQ & Rules

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Map & Directions

2860 N Dead Horse Loop
Long Valley Junction, Utah 84710
GPS Coordinates: 37 29 30 N and 112 30 53 W

Whether you’re traveling along scenic highway 89 or beautiful highway 14, we are very easy to find and convenient while adding to your experience while on holiday.

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Contact us by Email

info@aspenhollowbb.com

Contact us by Phone

Reservations: (435) 648-3800

Contact us by Mail

Will and Londa Perkins
HC-82, BOX 1147
Duck Creek Village, Utah 84762

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FAQ & Rules

Breakfast

Full breakfast served daily at 8:30 am in our dining area. If you have any food restrictions please advise us in advance so we may better serve you.

Check In & Check Out

Check in time is 3:00 pm and Check out time is 11:00 am

No Children

No children are allowed.

Alcohol

Consumption of alcohol is permitted

Handicap Access

Premises is not handicap accessible.

Pets

We cannot accommodate guest pets.

Cancellations

If you wish to cancel your reservation, you MUST cancel 14 days prior to your first reservation date. If you cancel your reservation less than 14 days ahead of time, you will not be entitled to a refund.

Safety

We are at the altitude of 7,500 feet and it is VERY important for our guests to be very hydrated before traveling here.

When hiking, our temperatures can change 40 degrees within 30 minutes so hikers need to be prepared for all weather conditions. We recommend bringing rain ponchos, umbrellas and packing thermal light weight clothing. Undergarments made of silk are the best. Wool socks or moisture wicking socks also serve many purposes. Bandannas to cover the back of one’s neck or use for adding water to put over one’s head in extreme heat to reduce body temperature is vital when someone experiences heat exhaustion.  Click here to learn about signs of heat exhaustion.