Category Archives: Visitor Centers

Arch Canyon Overlook & Cave Tower Tour with Four Corners Adventures

It’s been over a year now since I first contacted Four Corners Adventures in Blanding, asking about the possibility of doing a mini familiarization tour out on Cedar Mesa for our Monticello, Blanding, and Bluff Fort visitor center staff.  We … Continue reading

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Geocaching in San Juan County, UT!

Up until last fall, I had never gone geocaching.  I’m not sure why, it’s always seemed like something that I would really enjoy.  In fact, my husband and I actually found a cache once when we were still living in … Continue reading

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Governor Herbert’s Visit to San Juan County!

On October 12th, Governor Herbert came down to spend the day in San Juan County.  He had a full schedule starting with a statewide address to high school students that was broadcasted from the Utah State University campus in Blanding.  … Continue reading

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Hovenweep National Monument- Square Tower Ruins

The very first hike I went on after I moved to Monticello was at Hovenweep National Monument, on the Utah/Colorado border.  Up until then, I don’t think I had ever heard of Hovenweep, but when my husband and I were … Continue reading

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Bluff Fort Historic Site

A few weeks ago Graig Taylor, the treasurer of the Hole in the Rock Foundation, called our office and told us about a cabin raising that would be taking place at the Bluff Fort on April 21st & 22nd.  Part … Continue reading

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