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Hog Canyon Trail

(nr Jensen UT) The trail into Hog Canyon was of the box type. So named because it was used to keep hogs in a natural pen. The narrow path lead to a dead-end, with towering cliffs on both sides. Hog Canyon Trail – Wildflowers Early on the trail I came across some pretty wildflowers, and […]

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Daddy Canyon Hike

(nr Myton UT) Daddy Canyon was a side canyon within Nine Mile Canyon. It was reported to be an easy hike with petroglyphs along the way. Of course, I had to go find them. Daddy Canyon Hike It was a picturesque trail with steep cliffs on both sides, plenty of rocks, and a sandy wash […]

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Nine Mile Canyon Views

(nr Wellington UT) The Nine Mile Canyon National Backcountry Byway was actually 46 miles in length. I have wanted to see it for a long time. It is often promoted as the longest art gallery in the world, because of several petroglyph panels along the way. Nine Mile Canyon There will be a rock art […]

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