Utah's Route 95 + ADD NEW ROUTE
14 in Utah Utah293 Miles
on February 1, 2008
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Start in Southeast Utah near the town of Blanding, UT at the intersection of US Highway 191 and Route 95. Then simply take Route 95 west into Natural Bridges National Monument. The one way trip will be about 40 miles.
If you want to continue on, Route 95 runs West-Northwest to Hanksville, Utah. All of Southern Utah is part of the Moab/Canyonlands/Monument Valley/Bryce Canyon Basin. There are NO bad roads here! This area is a "MUST SEE"/"MUST RIDE" AREA!!! May regret giving my opinion, as I/We plan to return to this area from Rhode Island!
30/40/50 mile vistas! High Desert. Red Rock. Geological riff! Natural Bridges National Monument! Keep a camera hanging from your neck while riding...USE IT..you'll want to remember this ride "FOREVER"!!.
Great road. NO TRAFFIC!! Elevation changes. MUST TRAVEL BOTH DIRECTIONS TO APPRECIATE!!!
Nothing there! THAT'S THE POINT!! Restrooms at Natural Bridges National Monument. Note: However, if you continue on Route 95, you can also visit the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
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