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Utah Byway Highway Guide

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Monument Valley at Utah/Arizona Border
Monument Valley at Utah/Arizona Border, On United States Highway #163 starts the Byway Monument Valley to Bluff Scenic Byway it's journey towards Bluff, Utah.
0.4
0.7
Monument Valley Tribal Park Road
Monument Valley Tribal Park Road, Monument Valley Navajo Market, Monument Valley Airport, an RV Park is located just off Gouldings Hospital Road in Monument Valley, Utah
4.1
6.6
Viewpoint Loop Road
Viewpoint Loop Road, Red Sandstone Butte Monument Valley, Looking Glass Rock, on the United States Highway #163, Utah
6.3
10.2
Douglas Mesa Road
Douglas Mesa Road, San Juan County Gravel Road, Navajo Nation Reservation, Monument Valley, Utah
7.3
11.8
Haigaitoh Road
Haigaitoh Road, Gypsum Creek Road,
11.7
18.8
East Hulkito Wash Road
Easy Hulkito Wash Road, Indian Road 6480, near Monument Valley, Utah
13.4
21.6
San Juan County 432
San Juan County Road #432, travels into the desert of Monument Valley, Utah, Halchita, Utah, a community located in San Juan County, along the United States Highway #163, in Monument Valley, Utah,
19.3
31.0
Halchita, Utah
Gypsum Creek Road, Halchita, Utah, a community located in San Juan County, Utah, along the United States Highway #163, in Monument Valley,
21.0
33.8
Bridge
A Bridge over San Juan River near Mexican Hat Rock, Monument Valley, Utah
21.9
35.2
Mexican Hat Road
Mexican Hat Road, Mexican Hat, Utah, a community located in San Juan County on the San Juan River, along the United States Highway #163, Utah, near the Mexican Hat Rock formation in the Monument Valley, Utah
23.4
37.7
Mexican Hat Rock Road
Mexican Hat Rock Road, Mexican Hat Rock viewpoint along the San Juan River, Utah
24.9
40.0
State Route #261
State Route #261, State Route #316, to Goosenecks State Park, Utah, Goosenecks State Park, Eroded by water, wind, frost, and gravity, is truly a magnificent sight, and a classic location for observing incised meanders. Goosenecks State Park is largely undeveloped. Primitive campsites with picnic tables are scattered back from the edge of the cliff, and vault toilets are available. Mokee dugway, Johns Canyon Road, to Muley Point, Utah, a remote, scenic overlook in southern Utah. The view provides panoramic vistas of the desert landscape of southern Utah and northern Arizona. Monument Valley is visible in the distance while the San Juan River cuts into the canyon below.
29.0
46.7
Valley of the Gods Road
Valley of the Gods Road, to Valley of the Gods, Utah,
37.8
60.8
Comb Wash Road
Comb Wash Road, Comb Wash, Utah, a valley located in southeastern Utah. It starts to the north at Elk Ridge and merges to the south with the San Juan River at 4,200 feet. Steep Navajo Sandstone cliffs are at the eastern boundary of the wash.
40.3
64.8
Lower Butler Wash Road
Lower Butler Wash Road, Wolfman Trail, Comb Ridge, Utah, Road to Bluff Airport,
41.4
66.7
Sand Island
United States Route #191, Sand Island on San Juan River, near Bluff, Utah, White Rock Point, Tselakai Dezza, Utah,
45.9
73.9
Bluff, Utah
Bluff, Utah, a community located in San Juan County, Utah, where the Navajo Twin towers are located, below Comb Ridge, Utah. This is where the Monument Valley-Bluff Scenic Byway ends.