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Canyon Livery
The rooms at Canyon Livery Bed and Breakfast are large with queen size beds, picture windows looking over Bryce Canyon National Park, a private bath and air conditioning. Each room comes with a breakfast including Homemade Jams and Jellies on Fresh Molasses Bread.
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Torrey: Basic Information

Torrey is in Wayne County in the south central part of Utah 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.

The population of the town itself is 120. It is estimated that as many live in the area surrounding Torrey. The elevation is 6830 feet, making the summers very pleasant. The winter temperatures range from 0 to 60 degrees. The summer temperatures range from 50 to 90 degrees.

Torrey has had many famous visitors, among them John Wesley Powell, Butch Cassidy, Zane Grey, Maynard Dixon and Wallace Stegner.

Torrey, Utah Website

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