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Utah State #46 Highway Guide

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La Sal Junction, Utah
Junction of Utah Highway SR 46 and Utah Highway US 191, 22.7 miles south of Moab, Utah. Deserted wayside dining and service stop. - For highway travel, north or south via U.S. Highway #191 See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide U.S. Highway #191 - Arizona/Utah State Line to Crescent Junction for driving directions.

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West Coyote Creek grottoes
A short piece of an old county road, angling southwest, leads to some small but interesting grottoes in the drainage at the ford and a small dugout nearby.
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San Juan County Road 182
Graded off-highway vehicle road to the right providing access to an abandoned uranium strip mine (about 2.5 miles) and several 4-wheel drive trails in the Cameo Cliffs, Utah Recreation Area.
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Highline Road
Graded off-highway vehicle road traveling around the base of the La Sal Mountains and crossing the drainages of Buck Hollow, Cottonwood Canyon and Black Canyon. After about 11 miles Highline Road connects with Black Ridge Road which joins US Highway 191 about 9.5 miles south of Moab, Utah. Numerous 4-wheel drive trails spur upward toward the mountains.
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Defunct Uranium Mining Operation

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Lisbon Valley Road (San Juan County Road 370)
Paved county road and primary access route into the higher terrain of the Cameo Cliffs, Utah Recreation Area. The spurring roads to the west are off-highway vehicle roads.
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La Sal, Utah
Elevation 7,000 feet. Population of 300. Guest ranch.
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Manti-La Sal, Utah National Forest

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Pine Ridge Road
Off-highway vehicle forest service road connecting with Wray Mesa Road and rejoining Highway SR 46 between milemarkers 17 and 18.
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Two Mile Road a.k.a. Canopy Gap Road
Elevation 7,618 feet. Graded off-highway vehicle road and access route to La Sal Pass (10 miles, elevation 10,400 feet), Dark Canyon Lake (12 miles), Buckeye Reservoir (20 miles).
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Old La Sal, Utah
Was first settled in 1877. It was abandoned in 1930 when the present townsite of La Sal (see milemarker 8.9) was firmly established.
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La Sal Creek Valley
Country inn.
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Buckeye Road
Elevation 7,133 feet. Off-highway vehicle road. Access to Geyser Pass (elevation 10,600 feet), Taylor Flat and Buckeye Reservoir.
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Wray Mesa Road
Elevation 6,978 feet. See also Pine Ridge Road at milemarker 12.4.
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La Sal Creek Canyon
The road begins a very steep descent into verdant La Sal Creek Canyon. Several abandoned mines are visible in the steep slopes of the canyon.
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Utah-Colorado State Line
Elevation 6,005 feet. End of Utah SR 46 and start of Colorado SR 90 in Montrose County. -e