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Driving Utah’s Burr Trail

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Driving Utah’s Burr Trail
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah

Originally developed by a rancher named John Atlantic Burr to move his cattle between summer and winter grazing grounds, the Burr Trail is now one of those classic Utah “backways” that the State frequently advertises as it takes you into some of Utah’s most beautiful and extraordinary country with views of the Henry Mountains, the colorfully contorted Waterpocket Fold, red Circle Cliffs, and Long Canyon. It winds through deep slickrock canyons and rolling desert forests as it connect Boulder in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Bullfrog inside Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

I had been curious about it for a while…

Burr Trail Utah

Burr Trail Utah

Burr Trail Utah

Burr Trail Utah

Burr Trail Utah

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