Tag Archives: Monument Valley

Overnight Hogan Stay & Tour with Simpson’s Trailhandler Tours

I took my first guided tour of Monument Valley Tribal Park almost 8 years ago, and like nearly everyone else who visits, I completely fell in love with the landscape of the area.  That first tour opened my eyes to … Continue reading

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Biannual Monument Valley Mitten Shadow Event

In the past several years it seems that popularity and awareness of the biannual Monument Valley Mitten Shadow event has been steadily increasing.  I can’t remember when I first heard of it, but I’m a little embarrassed to admit that … Continue reading

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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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13 Family-Friendly Activities in Southeastern Utah

Planning to visit Utah’s Canyon Country with your family this fall and looking for things to do?  This list of family-friendly activities is for you! 1. Go Back in Time at the Bluff Fort   No trip to Bluff is … 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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Things to See & Do in San Juan County, Utah During the Government Shutdown

Unfortunately, our National Parks and Monuments are currently closed due to the government shutdown. Our toll-free information line has been ringing off the hook for the past day and a half with calls from visitors who are about to head … Continue reading

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San Juan County Junior Passport Program

The San Juan County Economic Development & Visitor Services office is launching a new promotional campaign this summer to encourage local students & their families, to get out and enjoy all the parks, monuments, museums, and attractions we have right … Continue reading

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