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Elevation 6405 feet. Spectacular views of Monument Valley and Goosenecks of the San Juan River. If you come here from the Valley of the Gods down below, I hope you enjoy the drive.
I placed this cache on 5/26/01, but it was removed by a BLM ranger from the Monticello BLM office. I have been informed that this problem is resolved, and as long as caches are placed in low-impact areas (not ruins, cryptobiotic soil, etc,) they won't be picked up. The policy is still being written, but for now it is OK. I replaced this cache with just a logbook and a carabiner, in the original spot. All my containers were too small for the logbook, so if someone who visits could donate a containerm that would be terrific.
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- One of the viewsPictures can only show so much. The views from here are UN-REAL. If you have the time, visit Goosenecks State Park down below. I believe it is free, and it is well worth the drive to see it. North of here is Natural Bridges National Monument (Park?), another worthwhile stop with great hikes. Grand Gulch Primitive Area offers excellent backpacking in pristine surroundings.
Last Updated: on 5/31/2017 6:44:13 PM Pacific Daylight Time (1:44 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum