WHERE IS BLUFF, UTAH LOCATED?
Bluff is located in the cross roads of the Four Corners Region.
Monument Valley is a short 45 minute drive south.
WHERE TO STAY DURING OUR VISIT TO MONUMENT VALLEY?
Desert Rose Inn & Cabins - (435) 672-2303 or
Bluff, Utah is a great home base for your outdoor adventures
IS THERE ANYWHERE GOOD TO EAT IN BLUFF?
Twin Rocks Café & Gift Shop -
Their menu includes scrumptious meals with a wide variety of dishes that are sure to fit anyone’s palate. Serves micro brew beer.
Cottonwood Steakhouse -
Relax and enjoy your dinner outside under the beautiful Cottonwood tree with an Old West atmosphere. Serves beer.
San Juan Kitchen -
A sign outside this yellow adobe restaurant reads "Fresh Food," and they mean it. Serves beer.
Comb Ridge Coffee Shop -
Coffee shop serving fresh non-factory farmed vegetarian food
and European espresso and coffees.
IS THERE ANYTHING TO SEE IN BLUFF?
Twin Rocks Trading Post -
offers an extensive selection of museum quality, uniquely handcrafted Native American and Southwest art.
Wild Rivers Expedition -(800) 422-7654
Please sure to take the plunge. Be it a one-day excursion or a ten-day expedition, sharing this spectacular place with you would be our privilege and pleasure.
Bluff Historic Fort -
Forty to fifty cabins were initially arranged in close proximity to each other to form an open square. Each cabin’s door and window faced the center. Future plans include the construction of additional log cabins, a visitor’s center, public conveniences
and additional interpretive displays.
Bluff Historic District -
The Bluff Historic District encompasses most of the original 1880 town site of Bluff City, cemetery hill, and the 300-foot sandstone bluffs directly north of town which include natural features that have cultural significance. There are 42 buildings in the district spread over a dozen or so blocks. The contributing buildings range from 1880 to the mid- 1940s, the majority having been built between about 1890 and 1905.
WHAT IS THERE TO EXPLORE?
Monument Valley Tribal Park -
This great valley boasts sandstone masterpieces that tower at heights of 400 to 1,000 feet. framed by scenic clouds casting shadows that graciously roam the desert floor. . .
Gooseneck State Park -
Gaze at the results of 300 million years of time, where the San Juan River winds and carves its way through the desert 1,000 feet below. . .
Valley of the Gods -
The Valley of the Gods area may be toured via a 17 mile dirt road that winds amongst the formations; this is rather steep and bumpy in parts but should be passable by normal vehicles in good weather. . .
Lake Powell -
One of the greatest water recreation spots on earth, brimming with ways to have fun on, and in the water. . .
Natural Bridges National Monument -
Natural Bridges NationalMonument attracts stargazers who search out the best places in the world for viewing the Milky Way and other dark phenomena. . .
Hovenweep National Monument -
Protects six prehistoric, Puebloan-era villages spread over a twenty-mile expanse of mesa tops and canyons along the Utah-
Canyon De Chelly -
Reflecting one of the longest continuously in habituated landscapes of North America, the cultural resources include distinctive architecture, artifacts, and rock imagery. . .
Arches National Monument -
Consists of over 2,000 natural sandstone arches,
like the world-famous Delicate Arch, shown above, as
well as many other unusual rock formations.
Throughout the park, the forces of nature have
exposed millions of years of geologic history
Canyonlands National Monument -
In 1964, Canyonlands was established as the 32nd
U.S. national park, covering 400 square miles at the
junction of the Green & Colorado Rivers in Utah.
Trail of the Ancients -
Explore the long and intriguing occupation of the
Four Corners region by Native American peoples.
Travel through the archaeological heartland of
America while crossing the beautiful and diverse
landscapes of the Colorado Plateau. World-renowned
Mesa Verde National Park, Monument Valley Tribal
Park, and Four Corners Monument are highlights on
Sand Island Petroglyphs -
The panel can be viewed from your vehicle, but if
you truly want to see the detailed figures you need
to spend a couple of minutes and walk over to the
Edge of the Cedars Museum - Blanding, Utah
Gouldings Museum - Monument Valley
Historic Bluff Fort - Bluff, Utah
Dinosaur Museum - Blanding, Utah
Hideout Golf Course - Monticello, Utah
Moab Golf Club - Moab, Utah