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The Best Hikes in Canyon Country - Moab BLM

27 Triplog Reviews in the Canyon Country - Moab BLM
Most recent of 2 deeper Triplog Reviews
1 mi • 25 ft aeg
These panels are located in a visually pleasant valley amid comb-like rock formations. An area archeologist advised us that the rock writings are of Ute, Navajo, Fremont, and what he termed “formative” peoples (meaning a blending of Fremont and early “Anasazi”). It was interesting to see how far back the more modern rock “writings” went (1883). However we cannot for the life of us understand the motivation behind shooting up the panels.
4.79 mi • 450 ft aeg
We spent most of the day driving to Moab and had a couple of hours to hike. We picked this canyon because of it's length and arch at the end. We started hiking around 4pm and made good time in. The trail is in great condition as it gently climbs a picturesque canyon. We arrived at Morning Glory Arch and took a variety of pics. From there we cruised back to the TH. This was the perfect way to start off our long weekend in Moab. Our plan is Arches on Friday followed by Canyonlands on Saturday.

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