Outdoor Utah’s, ‘127 Hours of San Juan County’

Outdoor Utah Adventure Guide has just posted an article, ‘127 Hours of San Juan County’ on their website.  Their outdoor adventure itinerary for San Juan County includes…

River trips on the San Juan River with Wild Rivers Expeditions

Wild Rivers Expeditions

Guided Hikes in Monument Valley with Goulding’s Lodge & Tours

Monument Valley

Canyoneering in Fry Canyon with North Wash Outfitters

North Wash Outfitters

Archaeological trips with Far Out Expeditions

Far Out Expeditions

Hiking in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park with a stop at Newspaper Rock on Hwy 211

Needles District of Canyonlands National Park

Newspaper Rock

Visit the world-class museum and Ancestral Puebloan site at Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum

Edge of the Cedars State Park

Hike to (or just view from the overlooks) Kachina, Owachomo, and Sipapu Natural Bridges and take in the ranger led Dark Sky Astronomy Program at Natural Bridges National Monument

Natural Bridges National Monument

Or, if you prefer to spend all 127 hours (5+ days) on one trip, here are a couple to choose from…

Take a 5-day llama pack trip into Grand Gulch or Dark Canyon Wilderness withBuckhorn Llama Company

Buckhorn Llama Company

5-Day Trek to Rainbow Bridge National Monument with Canyonlands Field Institute and led by Navajo guides Eric & Charlene Atene

Rainbow Bridge National Monument

Please visit Outdoor Utah’s website to read the full article!

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