Category Archives: Rock Art

Five Places to Visit Instead of Canyonlands During the Government Shutdown

The partial government shutdown may have spoiled a few plans to visit Canyonlands National Park, but Utah’s Canyon Country has plenty of other awe-inspiring sites to make sure your trip isn’t ruined. While the gates remain open unlike during the … Continue reading

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Arch Canyon Overlook

Every year about mid to late February when the temperatures creep up to the 40s and sometimes even 50s, I start to get the itch to get out and explore this beautiful area we live in!  Two weekends ago it … Continue reading

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Upcoming Event: Winter Solstice Paleo-Bison Burning in Bluff

Two years ago the town of Bluff hosted a unique event on the Winter Solstice- a Mammoth Effigy Burning.  Two local artists, Joe Pachak and JR Lancaster, with the help of some Bluff residents, built a 16 foot mammoth out … Continue reading

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Moon House Ruin

Almost immediately after my husband and I moved to Monticello, we started to notice that every time we met someone and told them we liked to hike, they would tell us that we had to hike to Moon House Ruin.  … Continue reading

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Indian Creek Petroglyphs

Last weekend my husband and I went down into Indian Creek to look for some petroglyphs that we had heard about.  All we knew about them was that they were located on the east side of the road near mile … Continue reading

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