Bears Ears Starts Here

Learn more about the newly designated Bears Ears National Monument.

Adventure

Explore Bluff and the surrounding areas, and discover another world—of Indians and Ancient Ones, magnificent vistas, grand gulches and valleys of the gods. Float the San Juan River and marvel at stunning scenery, archeology that comes alive, and geology millions of years old. Hike…

Canyonlands

Hiking, four-wheeling, boating and fishing are just a few activities travelers can participate in while visiting Canyonlands National Park. More than 337,000 acres stretch across central-Eastern Utah to create the natural geological structures and ecological cultures that inhabit the land today. President Lyndon Johnson…

Monument Valley

Creating a Natural Masterpiece Previously an empty basin, Monument Valley developed after millions of years of sediment from the Rocky Mountains layering itself over and over again. Pressure and natural elements slowly carved away until it sculpted the geological structures that stand today. Monument…