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Sego Canyon Rock Art

Segó Canyon Rock Art

(Thompson Springs UT) Rock art by Ute natives, ancestral Fremont, and Archaic peoples could be found by driving about 3 1/2 miles into Segó Canyon north of town. There was a small parking area on the left. A few signs told the tale of the art spanning 3,000 plus years. Dirt paths lead to different […]

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Kodachrome Basin SP

Kodachrome Basin

(Cannonville UT) Kodachrome Basin State Park contains numerous tall sandstone pillars, sometime called chimneys or stovepipes. Some of them reaching up to 170ft high. While not as dramatic as other places, it had its own charm. There were several trails leading to featured named rock formations or views, like Eagle’s View, Panorama, and Shakespeare Arch. […]

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Grand Staircase-Escalante, Toadstools

Toadstools Trail

(nr Church Wells UT) Within the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument was a trail called The Toadstools; the trailhead was right off of US-89. It was supposed to have some hoodoos, and other rocks. The first part of the hike went into a canyon and past colorful cliffs. Near the end was where the special rocks […]

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