Find yourself in the natural world.
A visit to Bluff offers you an unparalleled opportunity to find yourself in a spectacular natural world
Bluff is in the center of an area known as the World’s Greatest Outdoor Museum.
The 45-mile drive from Bluff to Monument Valley presents natural beauty on a grand scale with some of the most dramatic scenery found anywhere. The Goosenecks of the San Juan River, Valley of the Gods, Mokey Dugway, Muley Point, and Monument Valley are nearby, must-see locations easily accessed by car.
For those with more time to explore, rafting the San Juan River or hiking the backcountry, either on your own or with a knowledgeable guide, gives you an opportunity to view the natural world up close. There’s no substitute for experiencing nature’s unspoiled places firsthand.
A visit to Bluff also allows you to find yourself
in the natural world.
The area offers countless ways to connect and recharge with Mother Nature to soothe the spirit, sharpen the senses and refocus your thinking. You'll find yourself focused less on objects and things, and more on the magic of moments and the beauty of your surroundings.
As you view this natural landscape hundreds of millions of years in the making, you’ll develop a sense of connectedness to the magnificence of the natural world and an appreciation of our place in it. You may even grow a bit by seeing how big the world is and how small you are in it.
Come to Bluff and find yourself in the natural world.
Top photograph courtesy of Will Reipl
Botton photograph courtesy of Joaquin Salazar