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All reviews mile round trip hike easy hike flowering cactus fun hike pair of binoculars slick rock cliff dwellings marked trail stretch your legs viewing area parking lot worth the effort beautiful scenery short walk indian fence wash
Although, little known, we were traveling the Scenic Byway (95 in southeastern Utah), which by the way, is stunning with a amazing variation of geologic master pieces, after leaving Natural Bridges National Monument, we saw a simple unassuming sign pointing to Indian Ruins.
I did this "tour" with a guide from North Wash Outfitters, see separate review, to make sure you make the most of this amazing area of ruins, petroglyphs and amazing views. Not to be missed if you have interest int he archaeology of the area.
I happened upon a scrawled sign on the road, "Butler Wash" travelling alone around the year 2000. I don't recall a trail so it was a bit of an adventure. Before too long I was at the overview of the site. The place was deserted,...More
This is a one mile round trip hike. It is moderately strenuous with elevation changes and mild rock climbing and decent. We felt it was worth the trip. We were able to commune with nature and enjoy the area.
We stopped by here after we came down from Natural Bridges National Monument. Every time I see ruins, it draws me to go see it. We went here late afternoon so the ruins were shadowed. Perfect time is in the morning, the sunshine should lit...More
Great time to go see these and to explore the area, No traffic, nice temps and no people, I'm sure summer gets much more crowded and hot. Awesome ruins, amazing history, and very cool they are still in tact as much as they are. More...More