Bears Ears

The Bears Ears National Monument is the 12th national monument managed by the Forest Service; it is the fifth to be managed jointly by the Forest Service and BLM. Monuments generally preserve current uses of the land, including tribal access for traditional plant and firewood gathering and for ceremonial purposes, off-highway recreation on existing routes, grazing, hunting and fishing and water and utility infrastructure.

The Bears Ears
The Bears Ears

The namesake mountains for this area

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Anasazi Ruin
Anasazi Ruin

One of many ancient ruins in the Bears Ears area

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Anasazi Ruin
Anasazi Ruin

One of many ancient ruins in the Bears Ears area

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Anasazi Ruin
Anasazi Ruin

One of many ancient ruins in the Bears Ears area

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Valley of the Gods
Valley of the Gods

Valley of the Gods is a scenic backcountry area is southeastern Utah, near Mexican Hat. It is a hidden gem with scenery similar to that of nearby Monument Valley. Valley of the Gods offers isolated buttes, towering pinnacles and wide open spaces that seem to go on forever.

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Valley of the Gods
Valley of the Gods

Valley of the Gods is a scenic backcountry area is southeastern Utah, near Mexican Hat. It is a hidden gem with scenery similar to that of nearby Monument Valley. Valley of the Gods offers isolated buttes, towering pinnacles and wide open spaces that seem to go on forever.

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Valley of the Gods
Valley of the Gods

Valley of the Gods is a scenic backcountry area is southeastern Utah, near Mexican Hat. It is a hidden gem with scenery similar to that of nearby Monument Valley. Valley of the Gods offers isolated buttes, towering pinnacles and wide open spaces that seem to go on forever.

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Windmill
Windmill

Lot's of these on the high plains

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