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Ruins Seldom Seen

Ruins Seldom Seen

Southeastern Utah is home to thousands of archeological sites, many of which have not been recorded by archaeologists. Some of the Colorado Plateau’s best preserved Anasazi dwellings and their associated artifacts are accessible from FOE’s home base in Bluff.

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Inspiring Landscapes

Inspiring Landscapes

Mesas, canyons and spires make every bend in the trail a photo op in southern Utah. From hidden alcove gardens to exposed layers of geological time, you’ll be inspired by your surroundings.

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Ancient Art

Ancient Art

From North America’s oldest rock art site – the Paleo Indian mammoth petroglygh – through archaic, Anasazi and historic Indian rock art, southeast Utah features some of the densest, best preserved rock imagery in the desert southwest.

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