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Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah

The entrance to Natural Bridges is at the end of UT 275, which is roughly 35 miles west of Blanding, Utah, on UT 95
Lake Powell, UT 84533
Phone: (435) 692-1234
Description: Three majestic natural bridges invite you to ponder the power of water in a landscape usually defined by its absence. View them from an overlook, or hit the trails and experience their grandeur from below. Declared a National Monument in 1908, the bridges are named "Kachina," "Owachomo" and "Sipapu" in honor of the Native Americans who once made this place their home
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Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Utah

Rainbow Bridge National Monument is located between Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and the Navajo Nation. There are no roads in the vicinity of the monument.
Lake Powell, UT 84533
Phone: (928) 608-6200
Description: Rainbow Bridge is one of the world's largest known natural bridges. The span has undoubtedly inspired people throughout time--from the neighboring American Indian tribes who consider Rainbow Bridge sacred, to the 85,000 people from around the world who visit it each year.
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Timpanogos Cave National Monument, Utah

2038 W. Alpine Loop Road
American Fork, UT 84003
Phone: (801)756-5239
Description: Hike your way past stunning vistas to explore a hidden underground world. Taste the thrill of caving as you twist and bend to enter beautifully decorated rooms. Learn the science behind formations and hear stories of cave exploration and preservation. Experience and discover as you go – geologic mysteries await.
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The 'most famous bike trail in the world' may be leased to oil companies
As much as two-thirds of the Slickrock Trail could be erased. For decades, Utah's Sand Flats — and specifically, the Slickrock Trail — has been a place where people spend their energy in the best possible way. The trail itself — a 10.5-mile meander through petrified sand dunes on an ancient sea bed — has been hailed as "the most famous bike trail in the world."
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References

National Trails System map

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