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While in the area a hike to House on Fire ruin in Mule Canyon on UT 95 West of Blanding is worth a stop as is Fallen Roof Ruin in Road Canyon on Cigarette Road off of UT 261.

Another stop (dry camping if interested) is Gooseneck State Park

House on Fire:
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Fallen Roof Ruin:
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Gooseneck State Park:
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vermilye wrote:

While in the area a hike to House on Fire ruin in Mule Canyon on UT 95 West of Blanding is worth a stop as is Fallen Roof Ruin in Road Canyon on Cigarette Road off of UT 261.

Another stop (dry camping if interested) is Gooseneck State Park

House on Fire:
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Fallen Roof Ruin:
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Gooseneck State Park:
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Always enjoy your Images - Detail and Composition are second to none.

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Thanks to all who've posted photos - really enjoyed them.

We were in southern Utah / northern Arizona for four weeks last May and will be returning again this year. What an incredible area for boondocking.

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