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Tag Archives: Grand Gulch Primitive Area
Government Trail to the Big Man Pictographs: Grand Gulch, Utah
It’s about a 10 mile roundtrip hike across Cedar Mesa, down into Grand Gulch, and up the gulch to the spectacular Big Man Pictographs. We’ve done it as a day trip, but it’s worth spending as much time as you … Continue reading
Moon House Ruins, Cedar Mesa, Utah
Just being out in nature is usually motivation enough to get me out on a hike, so I know I’d be willing to traipse around the canyons of southeastern Utah even if there weren’t cool ruins and rock art to be … Continue reading
Posted in Adventure, Hiking, Outdoors, Southwest hikes, Travel Tagged Anasazi Ruins, Cedar Mesa hikes, Grand Gulch Primitive Area, Moon House Ruin 11 Comments